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ATHLETE 

Official Publication of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 





SEPTEMBER 
1991 



Growing For You 




High school athletics is something every community in Kentucky has in common, and every 
community will be represented in some way in the new Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association's Hall of Fame and Museum. 



About your K.H.S.A.A. . . 

♦ Your Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association serves as the 
governing agency for all 12 of 
Kentucky's high school sports. Your 
association regulates eligibility rules 
and sponsors 29 state championships. 

* Your association is a private, non- 
profit organization that receives no 
tax funding. Allof the K.H.S.A.A.'s 
operating budget comes fi"om private 
donations and receipts from the state 
championships (basketball, football 
and soccer receipts comprise 80% of 
the association's revenue!) 



A helping hand. . . 

* Your association is dedicated to 
serving its member schools. That's 
why we pay the premium on a 
catastrophic life insurance plan that 
covers every student-athlete in the 
state of Kentucky. From the class- 
room to the practice field to the game 
court if a catastrophic accident 
should occur, your association will 
be there to provide comfort and 
financial assistance. Your association 
also provides a liabiUty insurance 
plan for member schools and 
coaches. 



Our new home... 

* Construction is underway on a 
25,000 square foot building that will 
house your association's offices and a 
Hall of Fame and Museum (to honor 
the thousands of persons who have 
made a lasting contribution to high 
school athletics in the state of 
Kentucky.) The offices will be ready 
for occupancy by January 1992 with 
fiill implementation of the museum 
expected by the 1993-94 school year. 
We have many exciting exhibits 
planned to showcase Kentucky's 
unique athletic history. Come 
celebrate with us in your K.H.S.A.A. 
Hall of Fame and Museum. 




K.H.S.A.A. 

THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




^ATHLETE/September 1991 - 1 



New Look 

for the Athlete 

During the past summer the staff at your 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association has worked 
on methods of improving the channels of communication 
with our constituents. 

Since the A THLETE is one of our best ways of 
communicating ideas and information, we turned our 
attention to this publication first. A recent survey of the 
member schools helped us tremendously in determining 
what information was most useful and what was simply 
taking up space. 

Tliis initial issue of the \99l-92 ATHLETE 
contains some of the suggestions from our member 
schools and you can look forward to many more in future 
issues. 

Some things to look for: 

Content - For the most part the content of the publication 
will remain the same, we will try to provide you with the 
same information as before only hopefully a little more 
thorough and tiinely. 

Features - This issue contains feature articles that we 
feel will benefit member schools. Many of you had 
suggestions for feature topics that we will try and present 
in future issues. We will not fill the magazine with "fluff 
reading," all features will be informative and relevant 
while at the same time enjoyable to read. 

Publication - A new fonnat means that the A THLETE 
will be published from September to June. Each monthly 
issue will be in your hands around the first of each month. 
You will still get the nonnal 10 issues, only this new 
format should allow us to provide you with more timely 
information. 

We hope that you will continue to provide us 
with feedback and let us know what we can do to keep 
you better informed. 



What's Inside? 


1 


Zi Anna Leigh Story named 


1 


Kentucky's Dreamer and Doer 


1 


J Kapos Announces 1991 Stella S. 


1 


Gilb Scholarship Winners 


1 


4 State Track Champions 


1 


X U State Baseball Champions 


1 


1 1 State Softball Champions 


1 


1.Z Volleyball Alignment & Committee 


1 


Minutes 


H 


13 September Feature: 


1 


Aging Football Helmets May Not 
Provide A dequate Protection 


1 


A 4 Cross Countiy A lignments 


1 


X Association Appendix 


1 



SEPTEMBER, 1991 



VOLUME Lm, NO. 1 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE . . .$10.00 



Published monthly, except July and August by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., 
P.O. Box 22280, Uxington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, KY. Acceptance for mailing at 
special rate of postage provided for in Section 1 103. Act of Oct 3, 1917, 
authorized May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 



Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: KHSAA, 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 



Editor: BUly V. Wise 
Assistant: Anne Wesley M»ys 
Assistant: Larry Boucher 
Assistant: Louis Stout 



Assistant: JefT Rogers 
Assiatant: Brigid DeVries 
Assistant: Julian Tacliett 



2 - lATHLETE/September 1991 




Anna Leigh Story named 

Kentucky's Dreamer & Doer 

Anna Leigh Story, Graves County High School, was named Walt Disney 
World National Dreamer & Doer for Kentucky in the Third Annual Awards Presenta- 
tion. 

Anna Leigh Story wrote the following description of how her personal 
participation in high school interscholastic activity programs 
demonstrate Walt Disney's "4 C's"--Curiosity, Confidence, Courage and Constancy. 

Throughout my high school years, and indeed, throughout my entire life my airiosity has always played a major role in 
everything I have attempted to accomplish. It seems as if every new thing that I come in contact with sets off a chain of 
neverending questions that lead me to learn more and more about that subject. My quest for knowledge and understanding is a 
constant search in which I take pride and joy in undertaking. My curious nature has led me to involvement in numerous sports and 
extracurricular activities in each of which I strive to attain the highest degree of excellence. I have found that by setting high 
personal standards and keeping a good morale, a person can achie\'e anything they set their mind to. 

A certain amount of thought is given to all of my endem'ors and, no matter how large or small, I always put forth the 
maximum amount of effort. The successful completion of most e\'erything that I undertake always gives me the confidence to carry 
on with the next phase of personal and scholastic enrichment. Even though some of the things that I attempt do not turn out as 
planned, I always step back and evaluate my mistakes so that I can a\-oid similar ones in the future. Gaining knowledge from 
mistakes is an important part of the learning process, and by e\-aluating the problem and solving it, I gain more confidence in that 
particular area. 

No matter what type of task I become involved in I always find courage to complete it correctly and on time. Because of 
my artistic skills, I find myself involved in activities that consist of complex techniques and abilities that most people do not possess. 
The constant bombardment of requests for my artistic services seem to go on endlessly; howe:'er, I always accept them without 
wondering how I will find the time in my busy schedule to complete these tasks because I have learned to discipline myself and to 
sacrifice my own leisure time to do so. 

My courage and stability are also kept alive through the love and support of my friends. The comradery developed during 
high school years is definitely an asset to a well-rounded person. Due to my various interests I have dex'eloped close bonds with 
many individuals and because of my confidence and courage I have acquired leadership abilities that only increase my stature in 
the eyes of my peers as well as in my own I feel comfortable in positions where I am called upon to lead fellow students because I 
feel that they trust my decisions and can depend on me. 

One of my main goals throughout my high school years has been to become a well-rounded individual and to keep a 
careful balance between my academic and athletic activities. In doing so, I hope to be accepted into the United States Air Force 
Academy upon graduation from high school. Although many people wonder why I would want to put my whole life into the military, 
being a military officer takes much time and effort, but I feel that having the chance to ser\'e my country will give me a chance to 
ensure that the people of our nation have a prosperous future. 

I stand firm in my beliefs and dreams and know that with enough effort and commitment I will find the courage to make 
those dreams realities. 



The Kentucky High School Athletic Association congratulates Anna and the other state finalists and we wish 



them the best of luck in all their future endeavors. 



State Runner-up: 


Catherine Whelan 


Assumption 


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Finalists: 


Shawn Patrick Hager 


Belfry 


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Norieta Maye Hagerty 


Russell 






Karintha Hemenway 


Bryan Station 


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Brandy Lewis 


Fulton County 


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I ATHLETE/September^l991 ^ -3 

KAPOS ANNOUNCES 1991 STELLA S. GILB 
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 



The Kentucky Association of Pep Organization 
Sponsors (KAPOS)is pleased to recognize ten scholarship 
winners for 1991 . Each recipient was chosen for academic 
and leadership ability and will receive S500. Since 1964, 
KAPOS has awarded 75 scholarships in the amount of 
$53,600. AppHcations for the 1992 scholarships will be 
available in January. Any cheerleader at a KAPOS 
member school is eligible. 

Congratulations to the 1991 scholarship winners: 



Deidra Beshear 


Pulaski County HS 


Julie Brown 


Fleming County HS 


Cathy Ferguson 


Paul G. Blazer HS 


Greta Hail 


Walton- Verona HS 


Gail Hayes 


Jackson County HS 


Stephanie Jolinston 


Todd Co. Central HS 


Melissa Mains 


Pendleton County HS 


Lynnette Norris 


Butler County HS 


Ashley D. Phelps 


Pulaski County HS 


Patricia Wyatt 


Berea Community HS 





Melissa Mains 



Lynnette Norris 



Ashley D. Phelps 



Patricia Wyatt 



4 - lATHLETE/September 1991 

Bellevue High School 

1991 Class A Boys' State Champs 




Boys' Dbcai 

1 . Jason Yates, Bellevue, 1 56'8 

2. Brian WaIlen,AUen Central, 132'11 

3. Adam Conn, Bath County, 1 32*4 

4. C)3vid Donaldson, Webster County, 131*5 

5. Eric Johnson, Bellevue, 126*3 

6. Ron Townsley, Ballard Memorial, 120'0 

Boys' Pok Vialt 

1. Eric Johnson, Bellevue, 12' 

2 . Sean Siogner, Murray, 1 1 '6 

3. Jimmy Black, Oneida Baptist, 11* 
3. Mike Barry, Carroll County, 11' 
3. Chris Talley. Edmonson County, 1 1 ' 
6. Shane Cope, Berea, 9'6 

Boys* Triple Jamp 

1 . Leshawn Steward, Paris, 44*6 

2. Chris Rickard, West Hopkins, 44*0.25 

3. Reed Young, Bardstown, 43*3^5 

4. Jays umma Sims, Webster County, 42*0.5 

5. Tommy Spencer, Carroll County, 41 '7.25 

6. Scotty Pace, Evarte, 4 1 '7 

Boys' LoBg Jamp 

Front Row: Managers Nathan Eierkley & Matt Meyer. Second Row: Mike Hissong, i.wiiiisChaney, Murray, 2r2.5 
Tommy Vickers, Chad Lay. Brad Hissong. Third Row: Justin West, Aaron Jones, Jason l^^Toi'cX^dCoun.y.jo^.s 
West, David Kiefer, Brad Tiemey. Fourth Row: Coach Marty Meyer, Chuck Buckler, 4.sconyPace, Evans,2o'5.5 

5. Leshawn Stewart, Paris, 20'3 

6. Lance Carr, Carroll County, 20'1 .25 



Eric Johnson, Randy Swope, Jason Yates & Coach Jim Reed. 



1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Track and 
Field Meet, May 25, 1991 Shively 
Sports Center, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington 

Boys' Class A 

Boys' 110 Meier High Hardies 

1 . Jerome Shankins, Todd County Central. 1 5.68 

2. Chuck Buckler, Bellevue, 15 73 

3. Gordon Pniitt, Evans, 1 5 84 

4. Bryan Newman, Raceland, 1 5.85 

5. Steven Hite, Mayfield, 1 5 89 

6. Eugene Myles, Lloyd Memorial, 15.96 

Boys' loo Meter Disk 

1 . WiLliam Murrell, Mayfield, 1 1 .07 

2. Craig Coe, Cumberland County, 1 1 .35 

3. John Saffold, Bardstown, 1 1 .37 

4. Brad Hissong, Bellevue, 1 1 .57 

5. Chris Bailey, Murray, 1 1 72 

6. Mike Stewart, Raceland, 1 1 .74 

Boys' I60« Meier Rdb 

1 . Tom Gabnel. Nicholas County, 4:20.8 

2. John Warren, Webster County, 4:26.6 

3. Brandon Gayheart, Cordia, 4:29.2 

4. Micah Hasty, Oneida Baptist, 4:42 

5. Biad Dunlevy, Bishop Brossart, 4:48,7 

6. Chris Fletcher, Cnttenden County, 4:51.9 

Boys' 400 Meier Relay 

1. Mayfield, 43.55 
2.Russellville,43.78 

3. Bardstown, 44 .91 

4. Danville,45.l6 
5 Raceland, 45.26 

6. Lloyd Memorial, 45.4 

Boys' 400 Meier Disk 

1 . Andre Morris, Russellville, 49.38 

2. John Saffold, Bardstown, 50.65 

3. ManinZurada, Louisville Collegiate, 51.15 

4. Biandon Mason, Ludlow, 51 .63 

5. George McMmn, St. Mary, 51 .92 

6. Terry Jones, Evarts, 53.57 



Boys' 30« Meier lit Hardies 

I Tony Mays, Fulton County, 39 89 
2. Eugene Myles, Lloyd Memorial, 40.37 

3 Sean Strogher, MuTray,4l .29 

4 Chuck Buckler, Bellevue, 42 89 

5 Scott Russell, Evarts, 42 .97 

6. Davis Parr, Ky. Country Day. 43.29 

Boys' «00 Meier Raa 

1 . Tom Gabriel, Nicholas County, 1 :57.78 

2. Brandon Gayheart, Cordia, 1 59.08 

3. John Warren, Webster County, 2:00.76 

4. Houston Barber, Fiankfoit, 2:03.87 

5. Chris Fletcher, Cnttenden Coimty, 2:04.94 

6. Jerrico Tabor, Somerset, 2:05,87 

Boys' 200 Meier Disk 

1 . William Muiiell, Mayfield, 22.34 

2. Andre Morris, Russellville, 22,50 

3. John Saffold, Bardstown, 22,99 

4. Chns Hamilton, Danville, 23,21 

5. Brad Hissong, Bellevue, 23,25 

6. Lewayne Edwards, Paris, 23,46 



Boys' 3200 Meier Raa 

1 . Tom Gabriel, Nicholas County, 9:48,87 

2. Houston Barber, Frankfort, 9:59,76 

3. Shawn Stanley, Cordia, 10:04.97 

4. Todd Rogeis, Caveraa. 10:26 

5. Keith Combs. Cordia, 1 1 :02 

6. Chns Winstead. Webster County, 1 1 :48 

Boys' 1600 Meier Relay 

1, RussellvUle, 3:27.91 

2, Lloyd Memorial. 3:29,1 5 

3, Todd County Central. 3:33.63 

4, Bardstown. 3:35,84 

5, Ludlow. 3:36.91 

6, Cavema, 3:38.64 

Boys' Skol Pal 

1 , Ron Townsley. Ballard Memorial, 51 '6.5 

2, Randy Swope, Bellevue, 48"5 

3, Mike Fialey, Elkhom City, 48'4 

4, Andy McEwen, Frankfori. 45'4,5 

5, Todd Foster. Webster County. 42 '1 1 
6 Johnny Walker. Danville.42'2 



Boys' Hlgk Jamp 

1 , Jason Hagan, Ky, Country Day, 6'9 

2, Chris Rickard. West Hopkins. 6'2 

3, Kris Bredwell. Newport Central Cathohc. 6'2 

4, Eugene Grundy. Bardstown, 6'2 

5, Mike Fitzgerald. Owen County. 6'2 

6, Jason Cox, Oneida Baptist, 6'0 



oys' Class A Teim Tolab 




Bellevue 


48.00 


Bardstown 


40.00 


Russellville 


36.00 


Mayfield 


32.00 


Nicholas County 


30.00 


Murray 


2«.00 


Webster County 


2S.00 


Cordia 


22.00 


Lloyd Memorial 


18.00 


Frankfort 


16.00 


Todd County Cential 


16.00 


West Hopkins 


16.00 


Cumberland County 


14.00 


Evans 


14.00 


Paris 


13.00 


Ballard Memorial 


11.00 


Ky. Country Day 


11.00 


Fulton County 


10.00 


DanviUe 


9.00 


Oneida Baptist 


9.00 


Allen Central 


8.00 


Bethlehem 


8.00 


CanoU County 


7.00 


Raceland 


7.00 


Bath County 


6.00 


Elkhom City 


6.00 


Louisville Collegiate 


6.00 


Ludlow 


6.00 


Newport Central CathoUc 


6.00 


Cavema 


5.00 


Edmonson County 


4.00 


Crittenden County 


3.00 


Bishop Brossan 


2.00 


Owen County 


2.00 


St Mary 


2.00 


Berea 


1.00 


Somerset 


1.00 



i ATHLETE/September 1991 - 5 



Todd County Central High School 
1991 Class A Girls' State Champs 




1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Track and 
Field Meet, May 25, 1991 Shively 
Sports Center, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington 



Front Row: Veronica Shanklin, Aim Marie Daniel. Second Row: Grayc Harris, Tina 
Edmonds, Robin Shemwell. Third Row: Ann Bell, Anita Andrews 



Girls' Class A 

Girls' 100 Meier Hlgk Hurdks 

1 . Adrienne Hundemer, Dayton, 1 5.40 

2. Tina Edmonds, Todd Comity Central, 15.75 

3. Rebecca Keen, St. Camillus, 17.02 

4. Carol Garaict. Newport Central Catholic, 17.13 

5. Latoya Keene, Bardstown, 18.08 

6. Mary Hendricks, Raceland, 18.10 

GIrb' 100 Meter Disk 

1 . Linda Lindsay, Carroll County, 1 2 .64 

2. Veronica Shanklin, Todd County Central, 12.69 

3. Moria Arvie, Cavema, 12.94 

4. Mary Walker, Raceland, 13.04 

5. Mehssa Bradley, Cavema, 1 3.09 

6. Marissa RatlifT, McLean County, 13.10 

Girls' 800 Meter ReUy 

1 . Todd County Central, 1 :47 .74 

2. Providence, 1:50.03 

3. Bishop Brossart, 1:50.43 
4.St. Camillus, 1:52.46 

5. Danville, 1:53.20 

6. Owen County, 1:53.5 

Girls' 1«00 Meter Rib 

1 . Debbie Finke, Danville, 5: 1 1 .4 

2. Maureen Egan, St. Henry, 5:1 5.4 

3. Christina Brown, Owen County, 5:20.9 

4. Lasenna Powell, Providence, 5:30.1 

5. Trescia Tyler, Trigg County, 5:57.3 

6. Lea Isaac, Fleming-Neon, 5:57.9 

GIrb' 400 Meier Reby 

1 . Todd County Central, 52.01 

2. DanvUle, 52.76 

3. Cavema, 52.85 

4. Bishop Brossart, 52.98 

5. Harlan, 53.29 

6. Providence, 53.31 

Cirb' 400 Meier Dash 

1 . Adrienne Hundemer, Dayton, 58.14 

2. Antoinette Mayes, Trigg County, 58.82 

3. Maureen Egan, St. Henry, 1:00.05 

4. Trina Goodrich, Berea, 1:01.19 

5. Sara Robinson, St. Camillus, 1 :01 .69 

6. Stephanie Grey, Mayfield, 1 :01 .95 



Girls' 300 Meier Low Hardies 

1 . Adrienne Hundemer, Dayton, 46.54 

2. Jennie Norns, Cumberland County, 49.16 

3. Becky Fisher, Raceland, 50.54 
4.Tamiiiie Hansen, Murray, 52.83 

5. MelissaAlcom, Danville, 53.99 

6. Candia Brightwell, Lloyd Memorial, 54.24 



Girls' Obcis 

1 . Kim Johnson, Harlan, 1 06'0 

2. Katina Brooks, Providence, 105*10 

3. Jenny Kmg, Pans, lOS'lO 

4 Michelle Hopkins, Nicholas County, 101*8 

5. Umbecka Shively, Canipbellsville,99'4 

6. Ruby Noble, Cordia, 97-6 

Glrb' LoBg J amp 

1 . Gracie Harris, Todd County Central, 17'2.75 

2. Moria Arvie, Cavema, 16'5.25 

3. Dottie Wrobleski, Dayton, 15'6.75 

4. Christy Robinson, Harlan, 15'6.5 

5. Linda Lindsay, Carroll County, 15'4.5 

6. Donna Lunce, W illiamsburg, 15*4.25 

Glrb' Hl£k Jamp 

1 . Jenni Nickolson, Williamsburg, 5*2 

2. Jan Seibert, West Hopkins, 5' 

3. Stacey Wikle, Bellevue, 4*10 

4. Lori Rachford, St. Henry, 4*10 

5. Brand! Ashby, Webster County, 4*8 
5. Amanda Brock, Harlan, 4*8 





Girls' Cbss A Team Totak 




Girls' 800 Meter Raa 


Todd County Central 


56.00 


I.Maureen Egan, St. Henry, 2:1 9.1 7 


Dayton 


46.00 


2 . Debbie Finke, Danville, 2:21 .89 


DanviUe 


42.00 


3. Lasenna Powell, Providence, 2:26.1 1 


Providence 


41.00 


4. Ilene Kelly, Lloyd Memorial, 2:30.77 


St. Henry 


38.00 




Cavema 


30.00 




Harlan 


28.00 


Glrb' 200 MeterD.sk 


Bishop Brossart 


18.00 


1 . Veronica Shanklin, Todd County Central, 26.61 


Tngg County 


18.00 


2. Moria Arvie, Cavema, 27.25 


Carroll County 


16.00 


3. Jenny Zimmerman, Lloyd Memonal, 27.32 


Owen County 


15.00 


4. LmdaLindsay, Carroll County, 27.50 


St. Camillus 


12.00 


5. Jay Jenkins, Danville, 27.79 


Lloyd Memorial 


11.00 


6. Tracy Ravizee, Jenkins, 27.81 


Raceland 


11.00 




Williamsburg 


11.00 


Girls' 3200 Meier Raa 


Nicholas County 


10.00 


1 . Maureen Egan, St. Henry, 1 1 : 34.7 


Cumberland County 


8.00 


2, Christina Brown, Owen County, 1 1:45.0 


West Hopkins 


8.00 


3. Katie Stamps, Danville, 12:36.4 


Bellevue 


6.00 


4. Antoinette Mayes, Ttigg County, 1 3:02.7 


Paris 


6.00 


5. Caroline Johnson, Fleming-Neon, 13:23.0 


Berea 


4.00 


6. Misty Wesley, Somerset, 1 3:34.2 


Fleming-Neon 


4.00 




Murray 


4.00 


Glrb' 1600 Meier Reby 


Newport Central Catholic 


4.00 


I.Dayton,4:12.20 


Bardstown 


2.00 


2. Bishop Brossart, 4:1 5.93 


Bethlehem 


2.00 


3. Providence, 4:21. 24 


CampbellsviUe 


2.00 


4. Trigg County, 4:27.29 


Harrodsburg 


2.00 


5. Bethlehem, 4:31. 93 


Webster County 


2.00 


6. Fleming-Neon, 4:35.46 


Bath County 


1.00 




Cordia 


1.00 


GIris' Skol Pal 


Jenkins 


1.00 


1 . Kim Johnson, Harlan, 37*1 0.5 


Mayfield 


1.00 


2. Katina Brooks, Providence, 35*0 


McLean County 


1.00 


3. Tina Frvman, Nicholas County, 33*10 


Somerset 


1.00 



4. Kim Walker, Danville, 33*5.5 

5. KelU Napier, Harrodsburg, 32*6.5 

6. Kristi Reffitt, Bath County, 30*0.5 



6 - I ATHLETE/September 1991 



Fort Knox High School 

1991 Class AA Boys' State Champs 




Front Row: Jerome Crutcher, Rodolfo Green, Paul Sullivan, Rob Schumske, Coach 
Mike McCoy. Second Row: Terrence Taylor Willie Jones, DcRon Walker, David 
Boyle, Coach Kevin Nix. Third Row: Coach David Shufelt, Shane Beck, Chazz Lewis 
John Williams, Coach Gwendolyn Hill. 



Boys' Class AA 

Boys' 110 Meter High llDrdks 

1 . Brent Canady, Corbin, 1 5 .08 

2. DeRon Walker, Fort Knox, 15.37 

3. Joe Bennett, Monroe County, 1 5.48 

4. Andrew McNeil, Mason County, 15,56 

5. Kyle Johnson, Warren East, 1 5.74 

6. Adam Manning, Oldham County, 15.87 

Boys- 100 Meter Dask 

1. Jamie Henderson, Franklin County, 1 1 .23 

2. Carlos Rice, Fort Campbell, 1 1 .41 

3. Mark Porter, Harrison County, 1145 

4. Dwayne Montgomery, Elizabethtown, 1 1 .70 

5. Don Beyers, Harrison Coimly, 1 1 .71 

6. Jabber Pipkin, Monroe County, 1 1 .72 

Boys' 1(00 Meter Rno 

1 . Cleve Eldridge, Anderson County. 4:29.05 

2. JefTHari is, Elizabethtown, 4:36-02 

3. Jamie Pierce, Wanen East, 4:36.29 

4. Doug Luckhardt, Scott, 4:37.31 

5. Jay Dimning, Warren East, 4:38.6 

6. Paul Sullivan, Pon Knox, 4:42.4 

Boys' 400 Meier Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 42.89 

2. PaducahTilghman, 43.42 

3. FortKllox,43.85 

4. Hart County, 44 .04 

5. Franklin County, 44.15 

6. Harrison County, 44.6 

Boys' 400 Meier Dask 

1 . Kevin Hanis, Paducah Tilghman, 49.76 

2. Rodolfo Green, Fort Knox, 50.86 

3. Marcus Gildersleeve, Fort Campbell, 51 .59 

4. Brad Rogers, Russell, 51 .70 

5. Bryan Wheeler, Adau- County, 51 .98 

6. Scott Bean, Anderson Coimty, 52.66 

Boys' 300 Meier liL Hurdles 

1 . Brent Canady, Corbin, 38.88 

2. DeRon Walker, Fort Knox, 39 68 

3. Adam Manning, Oldham County, 41.01 

4. Andrew McNeil, Mason County, 41.12 

5. Joluuiy Bennett, Esttll County, 4 1 .27 

6. Jr. Frank Page, Franklin-Simpson, 41. 61 



Boys' 800 Meier Ria 

1. Cleve Eldndge, Anderson County, 1:58.75 

2. Jason Renfrow, Western Hills, 1:59.79 

3. Anthony Keelon, Rowan County, 2:00.08 

4. Steve Brown, Barren County, 2:02.33 

5. Junior Sloan, Paducah Tilghman. 2:03.71 

6. Mike Brown, Highlands. 2:04.84 



Boys' 200 Meier Dask 

1. Demarcus Doss, Franklin-Simpson, 22.70 

2. Bmo Edwards, Fort Campbell, 22.71 

3. Mark Porter, Harrison County, 23.23 

4. Dwayne Montgomery, Elizabethtown, 23,32 

5. Jamie Henderson, Franklin Coimty, 23.37 

6. Don Boyers, Harrison County, 23.55 

Boys' 3200 Meier Rh 

I.Jaime West, Scott, 9:47 

2. Joey Bowman, Franklin County, 9:50 

3. lustm Thompson, Western Hills, 9:59 

4. Bradley Tucker, Union County, 10:01 

5. Steven Keith, URue County, 10:14 

6 . Anthony Keaton, Rowan County, 10:17 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Knox, 3:27.53 

2. Russell, 3:29.33 

3. Bourbon County, 3:33.39 

4. Anderson County, 3:34.43 

5. LaRue County, 3:35.15 

6. Frankhn County, 3:38 33 

Boys' Skol Pal 

1 . Jerry Ingram, Harrison County, 54'9.5 

2. Scottie Hmes, Rockcastle County, 49' 1. 5 

3. Michael Boyd, Calloway County, 4 7*5 

4. Tom (Juigley, Oldham County, 45*3 

5. Jon Ross, Monroe Coimty, 45*2.5 

6. Jonas Hill, Madison Southern, 44*5.5 

Boys' DIscas 

1 . Steve Funke, Simon Kenton, 141*3 

2. Jerry Ingram, Harrison County, 1 39*6 

3. Derrick Lamar, PaducahTilghman, 139*6 

4. Scottie Hines, Rockcastle County, 137*9 

5. Michael Boyd, Calloway County, 1 32*3 

6. Brian Nally, Marion County, 127*2 



1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Track and 
Field Meet, May 25, 1991 Shively 
Sports Center, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington 



Boys* Pole Vailt 

I.John Williams, Fort Knox. 13'6 

2. Mike Fink, Anderson County, 13'6 

3. Jeremy French, Mason County, 12 '6 

4. Mike Heath, Scon. 12'0 

5. Ricky Lynn, Barren County, 1 2"0 

6. Anthony Gilbert, Leslie County, 1 1 '6 

Boys' Triple Jimp 

1 . Bobby Joe Boyd, Paducah Tilghman, 47"7.5 

2. Johnny Hannan. Paducah Tilghman, 44 '11 

3. Allen Dunfee, Russell, 44 '0.75 

4. Bryan Reed,Conner,43'l 1.75 

5. Chazz Lewis, Fort Kjiox, 43*8.75 

6. Terrence Taylor. Fort Kjiox,42'8.5 

Boys' LoBg Jump 

1 . Joey Stockton, Hart County, 22'6 

2. Bryan Reed. Conner, 22 "2,5 

3. Marcus Dixon. Union County. 22'0.25 

4. Chazz Lewis, Fort Knox, 21*8 .25 

5. John Han-ell. Warren East. 2 1 '2 

6. Allen Dunfee, Russell, 20'8 



Boys' Hlfh Jimp 

1. Paul Akers, Morgan County, 6*10 

2. Larry Lock, Greenwood. 6*8 

3. Adam Napier, Simon Kenton, 6'6 

4. Phillip Banks, Whitesburg, 6*2 

5. Brian Dichlman. Oldham County, 6*0 

6. Mike Bessler, Covington Catholic, 6*0 



Boys' Class AA Team Totals 




Fort Knox 


58.00 


Paducah Tilghman 


44.00 


Hamson County 


34.00 


Anderson County 


33.00 


Fort Campbell 


32.00 


Franklin County 


23.00 


Corbin 


20.00 


RusseU 


19.00 


Scott 


18.00 


Elizabethtown 


16.00 


Simon Kenton 


16.00 


Hart County 


14.00 


Mason County 


14.00 


Western Hills 


14.00 


Oldham County 


13.00 


Conner 


12.00 


Rockcastle County 


12.00 


Wanen East 


12.00 


Franklin-Simpson 


11.00 


Morgan County 


10.00 


Union County 


10.00 


Monroe County 


9.00 


Calloway County 


8.00 


(jreenwood 


8.00 


Rowan County 


7.00 


Barren County 


6.00 


Boui*on County 


6.00 


LaRue County 


4.00 


Whitesburg 


4.00 


Adair Coimty 


2.00 


Estill County 


2.00 


Covington Catholic 


1.00 


Highlands 


1.00 


Leslie County 


1.00 


Madison Southern 


1.00 


Marion County 


1.00 



% ATHLETE/September 1991 - 7 

Fort Campbell High School 

1991 Class AA Girls' State Champs 




1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Track and 
Field Meet, May 25, 1991 Shively 
Sports Center, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington 



Front Row: Melinda Goodman, Jennifer Young, Stephanie Moore, Tamara Washing- 
ton, Tangy Stephens. Second Row: Darlene Shipman, Lenora Price, Jannell Mora, 
Crystal Walker. Third Row: Jovonda Brunt, Sylvia Moreno, AUyson Schlag 



Girls" Class AA 

Gfrls- 100 Meter Hlgb Hurdles 

1 . Stephani Moore, Fort Campbell. 16,03 

2. Stacy Botlom, Russell County, 16.42 

3. Tamara Washington, Fort Campbell, 16.51 

4. Luann Wardrip. Casey County, 16.86 

5. Angle Sutthoir, Scott, 17.02 

6. Elizabeth Holl, Anderson County, 1 7.3 

Girls' 100 Meier Dask 

1 . Melinda Goodman. Fort Campbell, 12.31 

2. Latanza Stephens. Fort Campbell, 12.34 

3. Valerie Alderman, Fort Knox, 1 2 .93 

4. Kisha NeUon. Paul Blazer, 1 3.03 

5. Amy Bond , West Carter, 13.10 

6. Apnl May, Morgan County, 1 3.28 

GlrU- »»0 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 1:43.63 

2. Simon Kenlon, 1:49.98 

3. LaRue County, 1:50.02 

4. Casey County, 1:50.37 

5. Paul Blazer, 1:50.41 

6. Mercer County, 1:52.7 

GIrb' 1600 Meter Rua 

1 . Sylvai Moreno, Fort Campbell, 5:24.5 

2. Tara Garrett, Paducah Tilghman, 5:26,7 

3. Heike Lund, Highlands, 5:27.9 

4. Ginger Watkins, Franklin County, 5:32.5 

5. Lauren Moore, Oldham County, 5:34.5 

6. Lisa Topper, Owensboro Catholic, 5:49.2 

CIrb' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 48.66 

2. Fort Knox, 51.25 

3. Casey County, 51.66 

4. Greenwood, 51 .76 

5. Harrison County, 52.5 

6. Morgan County, 52,6 

Girls' 400 Meter Disk 

1. Michelle Hams, Paducah Tilghman, 57,32 

2. Amy Bond, West Carter, 58.21 

3. Kisha Nelson, Paul Blazer, 58.98 

4. NikkiGilmore, Oldham County, 1:00.47 

5. Veronica Brown, Fort Knox, 1 :01 .02 

6. Tara Ganelt, Paducah Tilghman, 1 :01 .87 



Girls' 300 Meter Low Hardies 

1 . Michelle Hams, Paducah Tilghman. 45.9 

2. Kristi Bealty, Russell, 46.9 
3.Slephani Moore, Fort Campbell, 47.8 

4. Slacy Bottom, Russell County, 49.3 

5. Donna Krieg, South Oldham, 49.8 

6. Cara Gasig, Simon Kenton, 52 

Girls' 800 Meier R» 

1 , Sylvai Moreno, Fon Campbell , 2 2 3 .90 

2, Tara Garrett, Paducah Tilghman. 2:23,97 

3, Adriene John, Paul Blazer, 2:24.95 

4, Heike Lund, Highlands, 2:26.69 

5, Misty Croghan. Hart County, 2:30.62 

6, Lisa Topper, Owensboro Catholic, 2: 32. 61 



Girls' 200 Meier Dask 

1 . Melinda Goodman, Fort Campbell, 25.59 

2. LalanzaStephens, Fort Campbell, 25.98 

3. Kisah Nelson, Paul Blazer, 26.65 

4, Valene Alderman, Fort Knox, 26,83 

5, Amy Bond, West Carter, 26 87 

6, Luarm Wardnp, Casey County, 26,97 

Glrb' 3200 Meter Rai 

1 . Lauren Moore, Oldham County, 1 1 :48.1 

2. Elizabeth Higgins, Highlands, 1 1 :57 

3. Gmger Watkms, Franklm County, 12:24.3 

4. Natalie Ford, Flemmg County, 12:48.7 

5. Jem Young, Fort Campbell, 12:56.4 

6. Vanessa Bucy, Calloway County, 1 3:06 

GIrb' 1 600 Meier Relay 

1 . Paducah Tilghman, 4:1 1 .92 

2. Fort Knox, 4:13.06 

3. Fort Campbell, 4:14.46 
4,Highlands,4:14.86 

5. Simon Kenton, 4:18.98 

6. LaRue County, 4:21.78 

Girls' Skol Pal 

1. Cara Fasig, Simon Kenton, 34'1 .25 

2. Tia McGee, Franklin County, 33' 

3. Tammy ProfTm, Corbin, 31 '8.25 

4. Heather Brown, Paul Blazer, 31 '3.25 

5. Jovonda Bnint, Fort Campbell, 30'I0.25 

6. Elesiree Hockaday, Fon Knox, 30' 1 



GIris' Dlstas 

1 . Helen Johnson, Paducah Tilghman, 1 03'6 

2. Jannell Mora, Fort Campbell. 103'4 

3. CUire Davies, Franklm County, 96'8 

4. Robin Fryman, Bourtwn County, 92'9 

5. Wendy Rice, South Oldham, 92'9 

6. Tracy Hopkuis, Harrison County, 91 '1 

Girls' Loag Jamp 

1 , Michelle Hams, Paducah Tilghman, 1 8'2 

2 , Jennifer Howell, Wanen Easit, 1 7'5.75 

3, Lisa Hockersrmth, Mercer County, 1 7*0,75 

4 Hope Smith, Paul Blazer, 16'8,5 

5 Makeisha Lee, Middlesboro, 15'7,5 

6, Tawana Thompson, Marion County, 1 5"4.5 

Girls' HIgk Jamp 

1 , Glenna Easterling, Russell, 5'4 

2, Tisha Holland, Monroe County, 5'2 

3, Cathy Bames, Harrison County, 5'2 

4, Amy Buckingham, Barren County, 4 '1 
4. Edith Fellner, CUy County, 4'10 

6. Sucy Bonom, Russell County, 4 ' 1 



Glrb' Class AA Team Tolab 




Fort Campbell 


116.00 


Paducah Tilghman 


67.00 


Paul Blazer 


32.00 


Fort Knox 


29.00 


Franklin County 


24.00 


Highlands 


22.00 


Simon Kenton 


21.00 


Russell 


18.00 


Oldham County 


16.00 


Casey County 


15.00 


Russell County 


13.00 


West Carter 


12.00 


Hamson County 


9.00 


Monroe County 


S.OO 


Warren East 


8.00 


LaRue County 


7.00 


Mercer County 


7.00 


Corbin 


6.00 


Bourbon County 


4.00 


Fleming County 


4.00 


Greenwood 


4.00 


South Oldham 


4.00 


Hart County 


2.00 


Middles Ixiro 


2.00 


Morgan County 


2.00 


Owensboro Catholic 


2.00 


Scott 


2.00 


Anderson County 


t.OO 


Calloway County 


1.00 


Marion Cotmty 


1.00 



8 - sATHLETE/September 1991 

St. Xavier High School 

1991 Class AAA Boys' State Champs 




Front Row: Brian Daniel, John Lane, Tony Tucker, Kevin Hope, Dryeon Bumam 
Second Row: Andy Hellman, Richie Vollmer, Bobby Zimheld, Chris Guenthoner, 
Jeremy Fetter. Third Row: Phil Curtis, Chris Sedoris, John Perkins, Brian Mangino, 
Brent Jarbol, Bill Walker. 



Boys' Class AAA 

Boys' 110 Mtler HIeh Hurdks 

1 . Jeremy Pelter. St. Xavier, 1 5.30 

2. Lamont Chambers, Henderson County, 15.50 

3. Tony Bethel, Fairdale, 1 5.59 

4. Lee Tumey, Holmes, 15.71 

5. Arthur Johnson, Seneca, 16.22 

6. Shannon Snapp, Madison Central, 1 6.6 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1 . Chns Jackson, Woodford County, 1 0.79 

2. Marlon Jones, Bowling Green, 10.97 

3. Brian Rasberry, Male. 1 1 .03 

4. Jacque Brants, Pleasure Ridge Park, 1 1 .09 

5. Devian Logan, Trinity (Louisville), 11.10 

6. Damon Carter, Henderson County, 11.11 

Boys' 1600 MeltrRni 

1. Johnny Baum, Holy Cross (Louisville), 4:22.5 

2. Kevm Schwartz, Apollo, 4:26.1 

3. Eric Valaningham, Boone County, 4:28.3 

4. Jason Acree, Shelby County, 4:30.6 

5. John Perkins, St. Xavier, 4:33.3 

6. Jason Joy, Paul Chinbar, 4:34.8 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 

I.Bryan Station, 42.68 

2. North Hardin, 42.69 

3. Henderson County, 43.24 

4. Ballard, 4 3.73 

5. Holmes, 44 .08 

6. Tnnity (Louisville). 44.9 

Boys' 400 Meter Dask 

1 . Jacque Brents, Pleasure Ridge Park, 48.24 

2. RaymondMcLaunn, North Hardin, 49.12 

3. Kevin Hope, St. Xavier, 49.48 

4. Jerome Roysler, Henderson County, 49.93 

5. Ken Ford, Doss, 51.03 

6. William Crowders, Bryan Station, 51 .96 

Boys' 300 Meter laL Hurdles 

l.T.C. Payne, Valley, 39.52 

2. Lee Turner. Holmes, 39.98 

3. Tony Bethel, Fau^dale, 40.08 

4. Edwin Chilton, Chnstian County, 40.66 

5. Jeremy Petter, St. Xavier, 4 1 .85 

6. Lamont Chambers, Henderson County, 42 .29 



Boys' 800 Meter Rll 

1 . Johnny Baum, Holy Cross (Louisville), 1 :56.34 

2 . Tony Tucker, Si. Xavier, 1 :59.32 

3. Scon Williams, JefTersontown, 2:00.75 

4. Eric Vanlanmgham, Boone County, 2:02.94 

5. Mark Lanin, Daviess County, 2:04.88 

6. Charles Workman, Jessamme County, 2:08.37 



Boys' 200 Meter Dask 

1 . Chris Jackson, Woodford County, 22.1 5 

2. Jacque Brents, Pleasure Ridge Park, 22.31 
4. Derrick Games, Central, 22.45 

4. Shahid Letjuan, Male, 22.60 

5. Duane Mosley, Madisonville-N. Hopkins, 22.72 
6 Marcus Lamar, Bryan Station, 23.1 1 

Boys' 3200 Meter Rn 

1. Eric Vanlanmgham, Boone County, 9:32.7 

2. John Perkins, St. Xavier, 9:33.5 

3. Mike Barako, Trinity (Louisville), 9:44.6 

4. Bob Foster, IDaviess County, 9:45.5 

5. Jimmy Hatler, Shelby County, 9:57.1 

6. Darmy Brame, Marshall County, 10:00.7 

Boys' 1600 Meter Reby 

I.Moore, 3:23.84 

2. Henderson County, 3:25.78 

3. Eastern, 3:25.89 

4. North Hardin, 3:27.62 
5.St. Xavier. 3:28.21 

6. Bryan Station, 3:30.83 

Boys' Skot Pit 

1 . Chris Sedoris, St Xavier, 52'7.5 

2. Keith Vincent, Henderson County, 51 "3.5 

3. Jason McGlone, Greenup County, 50'4 

4. Neil Owen, DeSales, 49'7 

5. Craig Gragie, Shelby County, 46'10 

6. Scon Meuth, Henderson County, 46'5 

Boys' DbcBS 

1 . Nick Pfeiffer, Trinity (Louisville), 1 50'5 

2. Kris Robinson, Henderson County, 149*6 

3. Chris Sedoris, St. Xavier, 142'3 

4. Jeff Smith, Holmes, 138'1 

5. Brian Baker, Trinity (Louisville). 136'5 

6. Darin RusseU, Apollo, 134 '9 



1991 K.H.S.A.A, State Track and 
Field Meet, May 25, 1991 Shively 
Sports Center, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington 



Boys* PokVi lit 

1 . Mike Claycomb, Daviess County, 1 5*0 

2. Dan Grenough, Trinjty (Louisville), 14*6 

3. John Lane, Si. Xavier, 12'6 

4. Aaron Jackson, Shelby County, 12 '6 

5. Todd Johnson, Scott County, 1 1 '6 

6. JefT Ricketts, Henderson County, 1 1 '0 

Boys* Triple Jamp 

1 . Marcus Ridley, Waggener, 46'0.75 

2. David Akridge, Grayson County, 45'] 0.5 

3. Dominico Cooper, Jessamine County, 45'7 

4. Shahid Letjuan, Male, 44*6.5 

5. Devian Logan, Trinity (Louisville), 44*5.25 

6. Trevor Ray, Grayson County, 44'1 .25 

Boys' LoBg Jamp 

1. Frank Farmer, Jessamine County, 21*10.5 

2. Lamont Hayes, Holmes, 21 '8.75 

3. Tommy Hayes, Shelby County, 2 1 "8 

4. David Akndge, Grayson County, 21 "3,75 

5. Antoine Smith, Bryan Sution, 21 "0,75 

6. Arthur Cunningham, Shelby County, 20'1 1 .75 



Boys' Hl£k Jamp 




1 . Jody Stiles, Moore, 6'4 




2. Kio Sanford, Bryan Station, 6'4 




3. Erin Hill, Madisonville-N. Hopkm 


s,6-4 


4. Virgil Ryland, Ballard. 6'2 




5. Dominico Cooper, Jessamine County, 6'2 


6. Richard Martin, Eastern, 6'2 




Boys' Class AAA Team Totab 




St. Xavier 


60.00 


Henderson County 


46.00 


Trinity (Louisville) 


31.00 


Holmes 


26.00 


Bryan Station 


23.00 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


22.00 


Boone County 


20.00 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 


20.00 


Moore 


20.00 


North Hardin 


20.00 


Woodford County 


20.00 


Jessamine County 


19.00 


Shelby County 


19.00 


Daviess County 


16.00 


Male 


14.00 


(jiayson County 


13.00 


Fairdale 


12.00 


Valley 


10.00 


Waggener 


10.00 


Apollo 


9.00 


Ballard 


8.00 


BowUng Green 


8.00 


Madisonville-N Hopkms 


8.00 


Eastern 


7.00 


Greenup County 


6.00 


Jeffersontown 


6.00 


Central 


4.00 


Christian County 


4.00 


DeSales 


4.00 


Doss 


2.00 


Scott County 


2.00 


Seneca 


2.00 


Madison Central 


1.00 


Marshall County 


1.00 


Paul Dunbar 


1.00 



^ ATHLETE/September 1991 - 9 

George Rogers Clark High School 

1991 Class AAA Girls' State Champs 




1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Track and 
Field Meet, May 25, 1991 Shively 
Sports Center, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington 



Front Ro«: Capnce Gay, Tillany Davis, Steph.tny Davis Second Row: Tara 
Caywood, Coach Elaine Farris. Not Pictured: Maisha Thomas 



Girls' Class AAA 

Girls' 100 Mtif r High Hurdles 

1 . Shandy Boyd. Valley, 1 4.63 

2 . Clarissa Gay, Henry Clay. 1 5 .92 

3. Valene West. Pleasure Ridge Park, 1 5.95 

4 . Carmalitta Givens. Tales Creek, 1 6 .04 

5. VCim Escue. Grayson County. 1 6.38 

6. Cheree Ross. Boyd County, 1 6.8 

Girls' 100 Meier Dasb 

1 . Gwen Thomas, Shawnee, 1 2 .52 

2. Maisha Thomas, George Rogers Clark, 12.53 

3. Kim Cunningham, Shelby County, 12.57 

4. Stephany Davis, George Rogers Clark, 12.64 

5. Tenesha B lakey. Valley, 1 2 .82 

6. Michelle East, Assumption, 1 2.92 

GIrU' 800 Meier Reby 

I.George Rogers Clark, 1:43.06 

2. Bryan Station, 1:44.24 

3. Henderson Coimty, 1:44.93 

4. Eastern, 1:45.68 

5. Notre Dame, 1:47.2 

6. Ballard. 1:47.9 

Girls' 1600 Meter Rub 

1. Michelle Marshall. Boone County, 5:18.7 

2. Mandy Jones, Pulaski County, 5:23.1 

3. Megan Newcomb, Nelson County. 5:26.2 

4. Julie Roberts, Pulaski County, 5:29.8 

5. Jennifer Galati, Shelby County, 5:4 1 .8 

6. JiU Willett, Mercy, 5:42 

Girls' 400 Meier ReUy 

1 . George Rogers Clark, 49.02 
2.BryanStation,49.58 

3. Henderson County, 49.85 

4. Shawnee, 50.40 

5. Eastern, 50.6 

6. Notre Dame, 51.3 

GIrb' 400 Meier Dask 

1 . Shandy Boyd, Valley, 57.40 

2. Michelle East, Assumption. 58.33 

3. Darla Butler. Scott County. 1 :00.25 

4. Tamika Allen, Eastcm. 1 :00.67 

5. Rita Owens. Bowling Green, 1 :01 .45 

6. Lisa Durbin, Boone County, 1 :01 .73 



Girls' 300 Meier Low Hardies 

1 . Clarissa Gay. Henry Clay. 45.22 

2. Tenesha Blakey, Valley. 45.28 

3. Derra Bryant. Iroquois. 47.4 1 

4. Wagiba Haliz. Paul Dunbar, 47.69 

5. Kim Escue, Grayson County, 48.80 

6. Tracy Shoop, Boone County. 49.35 

Girls' 800 Meier Rau 

1 . Tanya Clay, Ballard. 2:1 7.74 

2. MeleaEast. Assumption. 2:21.50 

3. Mandy Jones. Pulaski County, 2:25.13 

4. Michelle Marshall, Boone County. 2:25.66 

5. Megan Newcomb, Nelson County, 2:27.15 

6. Julie Roberts. Pulaski County. 2:27.94 



Girls' 200 Meier Dask 

1. Gwen Thomas. Shawnee, 25.13 



Girls' Dbcas 

1. Danielle Leonard. Daviess County. 1 14*4 

2. Sue Ennels. Hopkinsville, 1 1 1 '9 

3. Tina Phelps. Pulaski County. lOS'lO 

4 . Artavia Marshall. Shelby County. 1 04 '8 

5. Candice Rebold. Boone County. 104'5 

6. Shawn Pepper. Butler. 96'1 

Girls' Loag Jamp 

1 . Shandy Boyd. Valley. 1 8'5.75 

2 . Maisha Thomas. George Rogers Clark. 1 6'9.75 

3. Caprice Gay. George Rogers Clark. 16'3.5 
4 TifTanyCox. DuPont Manual, 15'4.5 

5. ChiquiU Conner, Nelson County, 1 5'2 .75 

6. Lisa Hayden. Henderson County. 15*1 

GIrb' Higk Jamp 

1 . Kim Escue. Grayson County, 5'4 

2. Jamil Smeal, Boone Cottnty, 5"2 

3. Spring Wall, Grayson County. 5'2 

4. Dair Bradley, Lafayette, 5'2 

4. Shannon Snapp. Woodford County. 5'2 
6. Stacey Oliver, Boone County, 5' 



2. Shandy Boyd, Valley, 25.14 


GIrb' Class AAA Team Tolab 




3. Stephanie Davis, George Rogers Clark, 25.88 


George Rogers Clark 


52.00 


4. Latosha Harris, Brown, 26.23 


Valley 


48.00 


5. Kim Cunningham, Shelby County, 26.32 


Boone County 


39.00 


6. Tracey Folden, Henderson County, 26.50 


Pulaski County 


37.00 




Bryan Station 


34.00 


GIrU' 3200 Meter Raa 


Shawnee 


24.00 


1 . Michelle Marshall, Boone County, 1 1 :36.9 


Assumption 


23.00 


2. Amy Smith, Pulaski County. 12:1 1.0 


Henderson County 


21.00 


3. Emily Roebel, Notre Dame, 12:1 2.9 


Daviess County 


20.00 


4. Mandy Jones, Pulaski County, 12:19.5 


Grayson County 


20.00 


5, Holly Sacksleder, Shelby County. 12:2 1 .7 


Henry Clay 


19.00 


6. Jenny Heibrink, Warren Central, 1 2:48.6 


Eastern 


18.00 




Shelby County 


1«.00 


GIrb' 1600 Meter Relay 


Ballard 


15.00 


I.Bryan Station, 4:00 .94 


Nelson Coimty 


10.00 


2. Eastern. 4:02.71 


Notre Dame 


9.00 


3. Assumption, 4:09.25 


Hopkinsville 


8.00 


4. Ballard. 4:10.56 


Iroquois 


6.00 


5. Boone County. 4:13.09 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


6.00 


6. Henderson County, 4:13.49 


Scott County 


6.00 




Brown 


4.00 


Glris'SkolPal 


DuPont Manual 


4.00 


1 . Darnell Leonard. Daviess County. 38'3 


Paul Dunbar 


4.00 


2. Carla Prewin. Bryan Station. 35'4.25 


Saaed Heart 


4.00 


3. Audrey Household. Henderson County, 33'9 


Tales Creek 


4.00 


4. Kelly Davis, Sacred Heart. 33'8.25 


Waggener 


2.00 


5. Alicia Golden. Waggener. 32 '1 1 


Bowling Green 


2.00 


6. Tryuma Simpson, Henry Clay. 32'10.25 


Boyd County 


1.00 



10- 



i ATHLETE/September 1991 

Franklin-Simpson High School 
1991 State Baseball Champs 



1991 K.H.S.A.A. Baseball 
Tournament, June 6 & 7, 1991 
Kentucky Wesleyan College 
Owensboro, KY 





^^'J- ■''Mtf 



k (- % f ^ ' ^ k ^ 



Franklin-Simpson 
Wildcats 



Team Roster 



NAME 
Janos Brisco 
Craig Dclk 
Cliff Cothem 
J.D. Johnson 
Chris Caudill 
Frank Van Dyke 
Scotty Gregory 
Tray Smith 
Phil Walker 
Kelly Hotaian 
Brad Goostree 
James Partinger 
Brian Ferguson 
Jason Deaton 
Michael Craflon 
James Davis 
Micah Fiveash 
Jason Uhls 
Craig Allen 



NUMBER 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



Coach: Greg Shelton 

Athletic Director: Walt Heath 
Principal: Frank Cardwell 



Knott Central 





Shelby County 2 




Shelby County 4 


Franklin-Simpson 7 






Franklin-Simpson 


Franklin-Simpson 4 








Madison Central 1 







I ATHLETE/September 1991 -11 



Christian County High School 
1991 State Softball Champs 



1991 K.H.S.A.A. Softball 
Tournament, May 24 & 25, 
1991 Kentucky Wesleyan 
College Owensboro, KY 




TEAM ROSTER: Geneine Davie, Lisa Dulin, April Ezell, Jennifer Humphries, Jeri Jones, Kim Jones, Stephanie Kemp, Niki 
Lamb, Temeshia Moore, Misty Morgan, Terri Noffsinger, Jermifer Shelton, Amy Sncad, Kristie Snead, Kristie Wadley, Jeri 
Adams, Adelle Farrell, Stacy Kemp, Mandy Mayton, Tara Pryor, Jamie Stokes, Carrie Whitfield, Jamie Zwick, Assistant Coach 
Alicia Lancaster, Assistant Coach Mike Harbold, Head Coach Jim Perrin. 





Winners 


Bracket 






Losers Bracket 




Round 1 








Round I 








Boone Co. 


9 


Nelson Co. 


4 


Russell Co. 


10 


Campbell Co. 


4 


Warren Central 


5 


Marshall Co. 


4 


Marshall Co. 


13 


Whitesburg 


5 


Christian Co. 


14 


Whitesburg 


1 










Pleasure Ridge 


Park 21 


Russell Co. 


5 


Round 2 








Daviess Co. 


4 


Campbell Co. 


1 


Boone Co. 


5 


Russell Co. 


2 


Bullitt East 


7 


Jessamine Co. 


2 


Jessamine Co. 




Warren Central 












Daviess Co. 


8 


Nelson Co. 


4 


Round 2 








Greenup Co. 




Marshall Co. 




Mercy 


9 


Boone Co. 


2 










Christian Co. 


18 


Warren Central 





Round 3 








PRP 


2 


Daviess Co. 


1 


Boone Co. 


14 


Jessamine Co. 


4 


Bullitt East 


15 


Greenup Co. 


2 


Daviess Co. 


20 


Greenup Co. 


3 


Round 3 








Round 4 








Christian Co. 


6 


Mercy 


5 


Boone Co. 


12 


PRP 


2 


Bullitt East 


11 


PRP 


1 


Mercy 


15 


Daviess Co. 


5 










Mercy 


7 


Boone Co. 


6 






CHAMP 


WIS 


SHIP GAME 







Christian Co. 2 Bullitt East 1 



12- jATHLETE/September 1991 



VoUeybaU Committee Minutes 1991 



The Volleyball Committee met at the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Office in Lexington, Kentucky, on Tuesday, April 
23, 1991. The meeting was called to order at 1:30 p.m. by Brigid L. 
DeVries, Assistant Commissioner. Committee members present 
included Margi McKenna, Joan Mitchell, Sally Meng, John Bancroft, 
Ron Kordes, Katie Wesseling. Others present included Nick Bettis from 
Mikasa and Mary Jones from the University of Kentucky. 

The first item on the agenda was a presentation from Nick 
Bettis of Mikasa, regarding the use of the VFC200 Mikasa Volleyball as 
the official ball for the 1992 State Volleyball Tournament. The 
committee was unanimous in its' approval for the Mikasa ball. The 
VFC200 will be the official ball for the 1992 State Volleyball Tourna- 
ment. 

The next item on the agenda was the site for the 1991 State 
Volleyball Tournament, scheduled on November 1 and 2, 1991. The 
University of Kentucky Assistant Volleyball Coach Mary Jones 
presented a proposal to host the 1991 state tournament at Memorial 
Coliseum. There were some scheduling conflicts this year at U.K. due 
to a pre-arranged Southeastern Conference match, which would 
necessitate a change in the current tournament schedule. It was the 
general consensus that the 1991 Tournament be played in Lx)uisville, 
and that U.K. be considered the following year when the schedule is 
clear. Possible sites in Louisville include Butler High School, Fairdale, 
Seneca and the Commonwealth Convention Center. Brigid DeVries will 
meet with representatives from these locations and determine the site 
sometime in the near future. Due to problems encountered and 
conflicting events, the dale of the Stale Volleyball Tournament was 
moved to November 8 & 9, 1991 at Seneca High School in Louisville. 

Katie Wesseling brought up the State Tournament officials 
evaluation process. Committee members agreed that it was an excellent 
idea. Several members had good suggestions for the improvement of 
the system for the 1991 State Tournament. It was also suggested that 
the rules clinic held in Lexington be scheduled first, so that officials 
from Louisville and Northern Kentucky could come together for some 
in depth explanation on some of the rule interpretations. 

Ron Kordes recommended that the final match of the 1991 
Stale Tournament be scheduled in the evening instead of early 
afternoon. The committee agreed, and pending any scheduling 
conflicts, the finals will be later this year. 

The next item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournaments and sites. Ms. DeVries advised the Committee of a few 
possible additions to the teams in each region. The 1991 Regional sites 
were discussed and committee members will check their availability for 
the 1991 tournaments. Regional tournaments will be double elimination 
again this year. The Committee then discussed the items on the regional 
and state information sheets and made some corrections for the coming 
year. 

John Bancroft made a motion, seconded by Joan Mitchell, that 
the teams change benches for the 1 99 1 season including regional and 
state tournament play. The motion carried. 

The next item on the agenda was the officials fees. There is no 
change in officials fees for the 1991 season. However, all officials will 
receive a mileage fee of . 1 5 per mile, for all miles traveled. 
A brief discussion followed regarding the 1991-92 National Federation 
Volleyball lules. Beginning with the 1992-93 season, a specific yellow 
and red card procedure will be included in the National Federation Rule 
Book. A survey will be conducted by the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association to determine whether Kentucky wants to adopt this 
procedure for the 1992 season. 



The next topic was the Constitution and By-laws. The 
Delegate Assembly recently approved a change for Volleyball on the 
Limitafion of Seasons. "Regular season play ends at the conclusion of 
the varsity team's last regular season match, with the exception that the 
varsity team may play until its elimination from Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association sanctioned tournament play." Previously varsity 
play ended on Saturday preceding the first Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association tournament. 

Other tournament reports included a brief report by Ron 
Kordes on the Mizuno All Star match scheduled in Louisville on July 
19, 1991. The players are graduating seniors who have completed their 
high school eligibility. There will be a clinic for high school coaches 
the afternoon of the tournament. People wanting further information 
regarding the match can contact Ron Kordes, at Assumption High 
School. 

John Bancroft encouraged everyone to get involved in the Blue 
Grass State Games the last weekend in July. A mailing will be sent to 
all the high schools to encourage play in the junior divisions. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 



1991 Volleyball 
Alignment 



As of August 1, 1991, the alignment for volleyball is as 
follows: 

REGION I - Beth Haven, Butler, Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, 
Holy Cross (Louisville), Holy Rosary, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Shawnee, Southwest Christian, Valley, Western 

REGION n - Brown, Central, duPont Manual, Highview 
Baptist, Iroquois, Male, Mercy, Moore, Ninth & O, Portland 
Christian, Presentation, Southern 

REGION ni - Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Christian 
Academy, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 
Country Day, Oldham Coimty, Sacred Heart, Seneca, South 
Oldham, Waggener 

REGION IV - Beechwood, Dixie Heights, Grant County, 
Holmes, Holy Cross (Covington), Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, 
Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna 

REGION V - Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Boone Country, 
Bracken County, Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, High- 
lands, Newport, Newport Central CathoUc, Walton- Verona 

REGION VI - Breathitt County, Fort Knox, Franklin County, 
Oneida Baptist Institute, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell, 
Western Hills, Whilesburg, Woodford County 



I ATHLETE/September 1991 -13 



Aging Football Helmets May Not 
Provide Adequate Protection 

Are Your Student-Athletes Safe? 




Even the most expensive football 
helmet offers reduced protection over 
time, according to the major helmet 
offers reduced protection over time, 
according to the major helmet manufac- 
turers. And, while maintenance and 
rehabilitation can extend a helmet's Ufe, 
its protective qualities will naturally 
deteriorate as the helmet ages. 

So, whether a helmet is used by a 
center/linebacker who is involved in 
virtually every play or a placekicker who 
is on the field only a matter of seconds 
each game, at some point in the helmet's 
life it is considered too old to provide 
adequate head protection. 

The challenge for football coaches, 
equipment managers and athletic 
directors is to rotate their inventory of 
the team's helmets. This practice will 
assure that each player will always have 
a ' 'safe ' ' helmet. Plus, continual phase- 
out of older helmets and purchase of new 
ones will prevent a budget joU. Imagine 
being an athletic director and having to 
ask the school board for funds to 
purchase 50-100 helmets at one time. 

Recent research by Riddell, Inc., 
one of the world's largest manufacturers 
of helmets, concluded that it was "not 
feasible or prudent to recondition varsity 
helmets 10 years of age or older, or 



youth models eight years of age or 
older". Riddell is basing its position in 
part on ongoing testing of its product and 
analysis of reconditioned hehnets. The 
helmet manufacturer's research indicates 
that a helmet's physical properties 
deteriorate from 75-80 percent in 1 
years. 

' 'Ten years of use can drastically 
reduce some of the design properties that 
go into the helmet, ' ' said Nelson 
Kraemer, Riddell's director of engineer- 
ing. "After 10 years, we feel the helmet 
has lost mechanical and physical 
properties that would allow the shell to 
crack and leave the player unprotected. 

All football helmet manufacturers 
recommend that schools recondition 
helmets and have them recertified every 
two years by the National Operating 
Committee for Standards and Athletic 
Equipment (NOCSAE). Not only is this 
policy important for the safety of the 
athletes, it can also save the school's 
budget by extending the life of its 
helmets. 

"Varsity helmets can last between 
se\'en and ten years ' ', according to 
Riddell's Kraemer, "or possibly only 
one to two years if they 're abused and 
not maintained well ' '. 

How ultraviolet rays from sunlight 



affected the plastic in helmets was a 
major part of Riddell's study of helmet 
deterioration. 

According to the study, conducted 
by General Electric, ' 'the cumulative 
effect of ultraviolet rays reduces 
plastic 's durability to fragile brittleness 
over time and exposure. " Questions 
remain as to whether helmets in the 
northern states are negatively affected as 
much as helmets used in the southern 
states because of the differences in 
ultraviolet exposure in the two areas. 

For those involved in administra- 
tion of football, the primary concern is 
providing athletes with the safest 
equipment possible. To make sure only 
safe helmets are used, careful records 
must be kept on each helmet. After a 
certain number of years, the equipment 
manager should discard helmets, not 
pass them on to other teams. Also, each 
helmet should be reconditioned and 
receive NOCSAE certification. 

By keeping accurate records, 
purchasing high-qualify helmets and 
reconditioning them regularly, schools 
can meet their responsibilities to their 
athletes to furnish them with the safest 
equipment available. 



Suggestions for Reducing Head & Neck Injuries 



By Dr. Frederick O. Mueller, University of North Carolina 



1. A complete pre-participation physical exam 
which included an evaluation of those athletes 
with a previous history of concussion or neck 
injury. 

2. A complete physical conditioning program 
that includes exercises to strengthen the neck 
musculature so that so that participants will be 
able to hold their heads firmly erect when 
making contact. These exercises should be 
performed all year. 

3. Coaches should drill the athletes in the 
proper execution of the fundamentals of 
football skills, particularly blocking and 
tackling. The proper execution of these drills 
should be taught, practiced and enforced in 
both practice and games. 



4. Coaches and officials should discourage the 
players from using their heads as battering 
rams when blocking and tackling. The rules 
prohibiting spearing should be enforced in 
practice and in games. The players should be 
taught to respect the helmet as a protective 
device and that the helmet should not be used 
as a weapon. 

5. All coaches, physicians and trainers should 
take special care to see that the players' 
equipment is properiy filled, particularly the 
helmet. 

6. When a player has experienced or shown 
signs of head trauma (loss of consciousness, 
visual disturbances, headache, inability to 
walk correctly, obvious disorientation, 
memory loss) he should receive immediate 



medical attention and should not be allowed to 
return to practice or game without permission 
from the proper medical authorities. Previous 
head injury has been a factor in fatal head 
injuries. 

7.Total staff should be organized in that each 
person will know what (o do in case of a head 
or neck injury in game or practice. Have a 
plan ready and have your staff prepared to 
implement that plan. 

Signs and Symptoms or Head Injury 

•Loss of consciousness 

•Headache 

•Inability to walk correctly 

•Obvious disorientation 

•Increased drowsiness 

•Vomiting 

•Inequlllty of pupils 

•Memory loss 



14- lATHLETE/September 1991 



1991 KHSAA Boys' Cross Country Alignment 



Based on Enrollment: 

0^34: Class A 

435-799: Class AA 

800- Up: Class AAA 



CLASS A 

Region I Manager: Willis Simpson. Providence High 

School. Cedar Street . Providence 42450 502-667-7065 

Butler County, Crittenden County, Dawson Springs, Fulton City, Fulton 

County, Hickman County, Lyon County, Providence, South Hopkins, 

St. Mary, Trigg County, University Heights, West Hopkins, Webster 

County 

Region II Manager: David Shufelt. Fort Knox High 

School. 7501 Missouri Street . Fort Knox 40121 502-624-7030 
Bardslown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, Cavema, Christian Academy, 
Cumberland County, Hancock County, Highview Baptist, Kentucky 
Country Day, Metcalfe County, Portland Christian, Spencer County, St. 
Francis, Green County, Brown 

Region III Manager: Barry Binkley. Dayton High 

School. 200 Jackson Street. Dayton 41074 606-261-4357 
Agusta, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin, Dayton, Holy 
Cross (Covington), Fairview, Ludlow, Lloyd, Newport Central Catholic, 
Raceland, Silver Grove, St. Henry, Walton-Verona, Lloyd 

Region IV Manager: Frank Miklavcic. Frankfort High 

School. 328 Shelby Street . Frankfort 40601 502-223-8030 
Bath County, Burgin, Carroll County, Central Kentucky Christian, 
Frankfort, Gallatin County, Harrodsburg, Henry County, Lexington 
Catholic, Living Waters, Millersburg Military Institute, Owen County, 
Paris, Williamstown 

Region V Manager: Larry Grillon. Oneida Baptist 

Institute. Mulberry Street . Oneida 40972 606-847-4111 
Allen Central, Buckhom, Cordia, Dilce Combs, Elliott County, Fleming 
Neon, Hazard, Jenkins. Johns Creek, Lee County, Letcher, Oneida 
Baptist Institute, Owsley County, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, 
Riverside Christian, Menifee County 

Region VI Manager: E.G. Plummer. Danville High 

School. East Lexington Avenue . Danville 40422 606-236-7957 
Berea, Danville, Cumberland. Evarts. Garrard County, Harlan, Model, 
Monticello, Somerset, Williamsburg 



CLASS AA 

Region I Manager: Lee Lang. Fort Campbell High 

School. Ohio Avenue & Falcon Loop. Fort Campbell Allli 615-431- 

5056 

Allen County, Fort Campbell, Franklin-Simpson, Greenwood, Monroe 

County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Paducah Tilghman, Union 

County, Warren East, 



Region II Manager: David Shufelt. Fort Knox Hig h 

School. 7501 Missouri Street . Fort Knox 40121 502-624-7030 
Barren County, Breckinridge County, East Hardin, Edmonson County, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox,Glasgow,Hart County,LaRue 
County, Muhlenburg North, Muhlenburg South 



Region III Manager: Barry Binklev. Davton High 

School 200 Jackson Street . Davton 41074 606-261-4357 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Grant County, Harrison 
County, Highlands, Mason County, Scott, Simon-Kenton, Newport, 
Notre Dame 



Region IV Manager: Jean Wright. 41 Timberiawn 

Circle. Frankfort 40601 502-695-2081 

Anderson County. Bourbon County, Estill County, Franklin County, 
Mercer County, Oldham County, South Oldham, Western Hills 

Region V Manager: Alice Leigh. Russell High 

School. Red Devil Lane. Russell 41 169 606-836-9658 
Breathitt County, East Carter, Fleming County, Jackson County, Knott 
County, Lawrence County, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell, 
Sheldon Clark, West Carter, Whitesburg 

Region VI Manager: E. G. Plummer. Danville High 

School. East Lexington Avenue. Danville 40422 606-236-7957 
Adair County, Boyle County, Cawood, Clay County, Corbin, McCreaiy 
Central, Marion County, Madison Southern, Middlesboro, Taylor 
County, Wayne County, 



CLASS AAA 
Region I 

High School. Route 



Manager: Trent Lovell. Marshall County 
Benton. 42025 502-527-1453 



Apollo. Christian County, Bowling Green, Central Hardin, Daviess 
County, Graves County, Grayson County, Henderson County, 
Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, North 
Hardin, Warren Central, Warren East 

Region II Manager: Bro. Borgia. St. Xavier High 

School. 1609 Poplar Level Road. Louisville 40217 502-637-4712 
Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, 
Shelby County, St. Xavier 

Region III Manager: Rich Rostell. Trinity High 

School. 401 1 Shelbyville Road. Louisville 40207 502-895-6765 
Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Meade County, Seneca, 
Trinity, Waggener 

Region IV Manager: Russ Cline. Pleasure Ridge Park 

High SchooL 5901 Greenwood Road. Louisville 40258 502-473-8311 
Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Oldham County, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, North Bullitt, Southern, Valley, Western 

Region V Manager: Barry Binkley. Dayton High 

School. 200 Jackson Street. Dayton. 606-261-4357 
Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell County, George Rogers Clark, 
Greenup County, Holmes, Johnson Central, Paul Blazer, Scott County, 
Woodford County 

Region VI Manager: E.G. Plummer. Danville High 

School. East Lexington Avenue . Danville 40422 606-236-7957 
Bell County, Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Knox 
Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, 
Montgomery County, Nelson County, Pulaski County, Tales Creek, 
Whitley County 



^^ATHIJETE/Se^tember 1991^ ^-15 

1991 KHSAA Girls' Cross Country Alignment 



Based on Enrollment 

0^34 A 

435-799 AA 

800- Up AAA 



CLASS A 

Region I Manager: Willis Simpson. Providence 

High School. Cedar Street. Providence 42450 502-667-7065 
Ballard Memorial, Butler County, Crittenden County, Dawson Springs, 
Fulton City, Fulton County, Providence, South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg 
County, University Heights, West Hopkins 
Webster County, Heath 

Region II Manager: David Shufelt. Fort Knox High 

School. 7501 Missouri Street. Fort Knox 40121 502-624-7030 
Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, Cavema, Christian Academy, 
Hancock County, Henry County, Highview Baptist, Kentucky Country 
Day, Metcalfe County, South West Christian, Spencer County, St. 
Francis, Trimble County, Trinity (Whilesville), Washington County, 
Green County, Brown 

Region III Manager: Barry Binkley. Dayton High 

School. 200 Jackson Street. Davlon 41074 606-261-4357 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Bracken County, Covington Latin, Dayton, 
Fairview, Holy Cross (Covington), Raceland, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, 
Lloyd 

Region IV Manager: Frank Miklavcic. Frankfort 

Hi gh School. 328 Shelby Street. Frankfort 40601 502-223-8030 
Bath County, Burgin, Carroll County, Central Kentucky Christian, 
Frankfort, Gallatin County, Lexington Catholic, Living Waters, Owen 
County, Williamstown 

Region V Manager: Larry Grillon. Oneida Baptist 

Institute. Mulberry Street. Oneida 40972 606-847-4111 
Allen Central, Buckhom, Cordia, Dilce Combs, Elliott County, Fleming- 
Neon, Hazard, Jenkins, Johns Creek. June Buchanan, Lee County, 
Letcher County, McDowell, Mullins, Oneida Baptist Institute, 
Paintsville, Phelps, Riverside Christian, Menifee Co. 

Region VI Manager: E.G. Plummer. Danville High 

School. East Lexington Avenue. Danville 40422 606-236-7957 
Berea, Cumberland, Danville, Evarts, Garrard County, Harlan, 
Kentucky School ft Deaf, Model, Monticello, Somerset, St. Camillus, 
Williamsburg 



CLASS AA 

Region I Manager: Lee Lang. Fort Campbell 

High School. Ohio Avenue & Falcon Loop. Fort Campbell 42223 615- 

431-5056 

Allen County, Calloway County, Fort Campbell, Franklin-Simpson, 

Greenwood, Paducah Tilghman, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 

Union County, Warren East, Webster County 



Region II Manager: David Shufelt. Fort Knox 

High School. 7501 Missouri Street. Fort Knox 40121 606-624-7030 
Barren County, Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Edmonson 
County, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Hart County, LaRue County, Muhlenberg 
North,Muhlenburg South 



ReglOD III Manager: Banv Binklev. Dayton High School. 

200 Jackson Street. Davton 41074 606-261-4357 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Grant County, Harrison 

County, Highlands. Mason County, Newport, Scott, Notre Dame, 

Simon-Kenton 

Region IV Manager: Jean Wright. 41 Timberlawn 

Circle. Frankfort 40601 502-695-2081 

Anderson County, Bouibon County, Estill County, Franklin County, 
Mercer County, Oldham County, South Oldham, Western Hills 

Region V Manager: Alice Leigh. Russell High 

School. Red Devil Lane. Russell 41 169 606-836-9658 
Breathitt County, East Carter, Fleming County, Jackson County, Knott 
County Central, Lawrence County, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell, 
Sheldon Creek, West Carter, Whitesburg 

Region VI Manager: E. G. Plummer. Danville High 

School. East Lexington Avenue Danville 40422 606-236-7957 
Adair County, Boyle County, Cawood, Clay County, Corbin, McCreary 
Central, Madison Southern, Marion County, Middlesboro, Taylor 
County, Wayne County, 



CLASS AAA 

Region I Manager: Wilton Gant. Christian County 

High School. 220 Glass Avenue. Hopkinsville 42240 502-887-1109 
Apollo, Bowling Green, Central Hardin, Christian County, Daviess 
County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Graves County, Grayson 
County, Madisonvillc-North Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin, 
Warren Central 

Region II Manager: Bro.Borgia. St. Xavier Hig h 

School. 1609 Poplar Level Road. Ix>ui.sville 40217 502-637-4712 
Alherton, Brown, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Iroquois, Male, 
Presentation Academy, Sacred Heart, Shawnee, Shelby County 

Region III Manager: Rich Roslell. Trinity High 

School. 401 1 Shelbvville Road. Louisville 40207 502-895-6765 
Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Meade 
County, Moore, Seneca 

Region IV Manager: Russ Cline. Pleasure Ridge Park 

Hi gh School. 5901 Greenwood Road. Louisville 

Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, 

Mercy Academy, North Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 

Western 

Region V Manager: Banv Binkley. Dayton Hig h 

School 200 Jackson Street. Davton 41057 606-261-4357 

Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell County, George Rogers Clark, 

Greenup County, Holmes, Johnson Central, Scott County, Woodford 

County 

Region VI Manager: E. G. Plummer. Danville High 

School. East Lexington Avenue. Danville 40422 606-236-7957 
Bell County, Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Jesssamine County, Knox 
Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, 
Montgomery County, Nelson County, Paul L. Dunbar, Pulaski County, 
Tales Creek, Whitley County 



16- J ATHLETE/September 1991 



Association Appendix 



Part II Exams for Football, Soccer and Volleyball 

The Part 11 examination must be taken under supervision. It 
will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or at other 
sites designated by your KHSAA. The test will not be given at 
the KHSAA office. Any exception to the above must be 
cleared with the Commissioner. 

Printing/Mailing 

The 1991-92 Handbook and Calender are now being printed. It is our 
hope that these items will be mailed the week of September 16. The 
delay has occurred due to the reorganization of the KHSAA staff. 

In an effort to reduce postage costs, your Association will be using the 
Designated Mail Representative as submitted on the Blue Update Form 
to send mailings to member schools. It is our desire that the DMR will 
distribute the mail to the appropriate parties promptly. Referendums 
and surveys will continue to be mailed to the Board Appointed 
Representatives as slated in the Constitution and By-Laws. 

Regional Meetings 

Your KHSAA staff will be visiting the 16 regions between September 
1 1 and October 30 in an effort to strengthen communications between 
the member schools and your Association. An agenda will be mailed to 
all superintendents, principals and athletic directors which will include 
dates, times and sites. 

75th Anniversary Basketball Program 

The excitement is building over the publication of a 75th Anniversary 
Basketball Program. You won't want to miss a single page, especially if 
you're a big basketball fan. 

Open Dates and Coaching Vacancies 

Your Association will continue to publish open dates for football and 
basketball games and vacancies for head coaching positions. Please 
mail any updates to the attention of Jeff Rogers. 

Recent Mailings to Schools 

*Boys and Girls Basketball Tournament Ticket Order Forms 

♦Recapitulation of the 1991-92 Calendar 

•Referendum to amend By-Law 5, Section 4, Reinstatement of 

Eligibility 

•Information on By-Law 4, Enrollment 

If you did not receive any of these mailings, please contact us. 




1991 Football Open Dates 

as of August 26. 1991 



September 6 

Eminence 
Fulton City 
McCreary County 

September 13 

Carroll County 
Kentucky Country Day 
Morgan Comity 

September 20 
Hancock Coiuity 

September 27 
Breckinridge County 
Kentucky School for the Deaf 
Newport Central Catholic 

October 4 

Betsy Layne 

Kentucky School for the Deaf 

Leslie Comity 

Lexington Catholic 

Marion Comity 

October 11 

Frankl in- S iin pson 
Lexington-Catliolic 
Powell Comity 
Williamsburg 

October 18 

Berea 

Clay Comity 
Lexington Catholic 
Paints ville 
Powell Comity 




October 25 
Lexington Catholic 
McCreary County 
M^offui County 
Wheelwriglit 



November 1 

Anderson County 
Bowling Green 
Lexington Catholic 
Whitley County 



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WHEREAS, The Kentucky High School Athletic Association joins the 
National Federation of State High School Associations in 
proclaiming the week of October 13-20, 1991 as High 
School Activities Week; and, 

WHEREAS, "Activities Week" offers the National Federation and the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association the foundation 
upon which to increase the public's awareness and 
appreciation of "The other half of education"; and, 

WHEREAS, "Activities Week" focuses attention on the contributions 
of coaches and officials; highlights interscholastic 
speech and music programs; emphasizes sportsmanship, 
ethics and integrity; promotes health life-styles that 
are tobacco, alcohol and drug-free; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, WALLACE G. WILKINSON, Governor of the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky, do hereby proclaim the week of October 13-20, 
1991 as 




HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES WEEK 



n Kentucky. 



Bremer Ehrler 
Secretary of State 



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DONE AT THE CAPITOL, in the City of 
Frankfort, this the 17th day of 
September, in the year of Our Lord 
One Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-one 
and in the Two Hundredth year of the 
Commonwealth . 




^ATHLETE/October 1991 - 1 



Sportsmanship - 
A United Effort 

Whether the scene is the smallest high school in the 
United States or the World Series or Super Bowl, and 
whether you are a player, coach, official or spectator, 
sportsmanship is the common denominator and No. 1 
priority, even more important than winning and losing. 

Sportsmanship is so important that eight 
organizations responsible for athletics in the United 
States have banned together to promote sportsmanship. 

The "Be A Sport" theme and logo were produced as 
a sign of unity among the eight organizations. The 
handshake on tlie logo symbolizes the spirit by which 
contests should be played at all levels of competition. 

Join these eight grouops this season; and whether 
you're a player, coach, official or fan, remember to 
BE A SPORT. 




Endorsed by: 

* Major League Baseball 

* National Basketball Association 

* National Football League 

* National Hockey League 

* National Collegiate Athletic Association 

* National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 

* National Junior College Athletic Association 

* National Federation of State High School Associations 




OCTTOBER, 1991 



VOLUME Lin, NO. 2 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE . . .$10.00 



Published monthly, except July and August by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, ICY. Acceptance for mailing at 
special rate of postage provided for in Section 1 103. Act of Oct 3, 1917, 
authorized May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 



Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: KHSAA, 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 



Editor: Billy V. Wise 
Associate: Anne Wesley Miys 
Assistant: Larry Boucher 
Assistant: Louis Stout 



Associate: Jeff Rogers 
Assiatant: Brlgid DeVrles 
Assistant: Julian Taclcett 



lATHLETE/October 1991 



Minutes of the Board Meeting 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at Barkley Lodge, Cadiz, Kentucky, on Friday, July 26, 
1991. The meeting was called to order at 8:30 a.m. by President David 
Points. Present were all Board members with the exception of Huston 
DeHaven. Also present were Commissioner Billy Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Larry Boucher, Brigid DeVries Louis Stout, Business 
Manager Julian Tackett, S.I.D. Jeff Rogers, former Commissioner Tom 
Mills. The Invocation was given by David Points. 

Outgoing President Points thanked the Board for their 
support during his tenure and welcomed new Board members Frank 
Cardwell, Claudia Hicks and Stan Steidel and commented to them that 
they had been given a wonderful opportunity to serve the schools. 

Ray Story made a motion that Alvis Johnson be elected 
President of the Board for the 1991-92 school year. Roland Williams 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. The meeting was then 
turned over to Alvis Johnson. 

Mr. Johnson then asked for nominations for Vice President. 
Eddie Saylor nominated Jack Portwood. The nomination was seconded 
by Marvin Moore. With no more nominations, Mr. Portwood was 
elected Vice President by a unanimous vote. 

Mr. Johnson introduced Gene Brooks, Principal of Marshall 
County High School and Jerty Ainley, Principal of Calloway County 
High School, candidates for the position of new Board Member from 
Regions 1 & 2 to replace Bob Rogers who recently resigned from the 
Board. 

David Points gave a brief report on his attendance at the 
National Federation Meeting held in San Diego. He stated that one of 
the highlights of the Convention was the Hall of Fame Induction 
Ceremony. Nine Board members attended the meeting. 

Mr. Mills told the Board members he had enjoyed working 
with the 16 Boards of Control and the K.H.S.A.A Staff since becoming 
Commissioner, and then gave abrief report on the Hall of Fame 
Building Project and the Teens Against Drugs (TAD) Program that he is 
supporting. 

Jack Portwood made a motion, seconded by Eddie Saylor, 
that the minutes of the April 19 meeting be approved. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Roland Williams moved to approve the minutes of the June 
17, 1991 meeting. Harry Jansing seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Sandy Allen moved that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning April 1, 1991 and ending July 31, 1991, be allowed. 
Harry Jansing seconded the motion which passed. 

Sandy Allen made a motion seconded by Roland Williams 
that the Board go into Executive Session. Motion carried. 

Eddie Saylor moved to return to Open Session. Jack 
Portwood seconded which passed. 

Jack Portwood made a motion that $120,000. be transferred 
from the Retirement Trust Fund to the General Fund. Roland Williams 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the seating arrangement 
for the Boys Basketball Tournament at Freedom Hall and the ticket 
distribution, Ray Story moved that ticket orders from member schools 
be prioritized and that seats be guaranteed in the 100, 200 and lower 300 
sections if the ticket order is received no later by November 1. Stan 
Steidel seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Roland Williams made a motion to send information to 
schools on change of By-Law 4. Harry Jansing seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion regarding basketball district 
tournament sites, Frank Cardwell moved that the Commissioner's Office 
request that each district submit a rotation plan for hosting the 
tournament by November. If a plan can not be decided on by the 
schools, the Board will set the site. Roland Williams seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 



Commissioner Wise shared a request he had received from 
M.C. Napier to lift the ban on scrimmages. Following a discussion 
Frank Cardwell moved to deny the request. Jack Portwood seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr. Stefan Cooper, Winchester, presented the first appeal. 
Mr. Cooper had requested a hearing before the Board to appeal By-Law 
3, Age on behalf of his brother, Vince Cooper. Following his presenta- 
tion, questions by members of the Board and a lengthy discussion 
thereof Sandy Allen made a motion that the Comnussioner's ruling be 
upheld in this case and that Vince remain ineligible to participate in 
interscholastic athletics. Claudia Hicks seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Mr. Brian Minix on his 
own behalf Brian was present to appeal By-Law 3, Age. Following 
questions to Brian, Roland Williams made a motion to uphold the 
Commissioner's ruling and that the Age Rule not be waived in this case. 
Jack Portwood seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise presented the next appeal on behalf of 
Richard Lantz Wheeler, Elizabethtown High School, who was seeking 
eligibility for his senior year. Following a discussion of Mr. Wheeler's 
medical history, Stan Steidel made a motion to allow Richard to 
participate in athletics during his senior year if the school has a 
Physician's Consent Form on file. Marvin Moore seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

The Board then recessed for lunch and reconvened at 1:00 
p.m. 

President Johnson appointed the following committees for 1991-92: 



AU-Sports Committee 

Sandy Allen - Chairperson 

Frank Cardwell 

Harry Jansing 

Claudia Hicks 

Jack Portwood 

Roland Williams 

Sec. I Representative 

Football Committee 

Ray Story, Chairperson 
Alvis Johnson 
Marvin Moore 
Jack Portwood 
Eddie Saylor 
Stan Steidel 
Sec. I Representative 
Harry Jansing 

Basketball Committee 

Marvin Moore - Chairperson 

Harry Jansing 

Alvis Johnson 

Eddie Saylor 

Stan Steidel 

Ray Story 

Roland Williams 

Sec. I Representative 

Eiecutlve Committee 

Alvis Johnson, Chairperson 
Sandy Allen 
Marvin Moore 
Jack Portwood 



Building Committee 

Alvis Johnson, Chairperson 

Frank Cardwell 

Claudia Hicks 

Marvin Moore 

Eddie Saylor 

Ray Story 

Roland Williams 

ConstltuUon & Bv-Laws 

Sandy Allen - Chairperson 

Frank Cardwell 

Claudia Hicks 

Harry Jansing 

Alvis Johnson 

Stan Steidel 

Ray Story 



HiUofFame 

Larry Vaught - Chairperson 

Sandy Allen 

Frank Cardwell 

Eari Cox 

Alvis Johnson 

Louis Stout 

Billy Wise 

Brigid DeVries 



Eddie Saylor 
Ray Story 
Roland Williams 



please see "Minutes" page 10 



ATHLETE/Octoberl991 



Meet Your New Board of Control Members 




Gene Brooks, Marshall 
County High School 

Tlie newly elected representa- 
tive from Regions I and II is 
Gene Brooks. 

Brooks was elected to the 
Board of Control in a special 
election to fill the unexpired 
term of Bob Rogers. 



Marshall County has long been the home of Brooks. A 
1963 graduate of North Marshall High School he attended 
nearby Murray State University. Brooks earned his 
Bachelors degree in 1966, his Masters degree in 1968 and 
his Rank I certification, all from MSU. 

In 25 years of education. Brooks has worn many hats. He 
has spent 18 of those years in some fonn of coaching and 
is beginning his 1 8th year in an administrative position 
(this will be his eighth year as principoal ofMCHS.) 

Brooks and his wife Valera have two children: Adam (18) 
and Ashley (15) both students at Marshall County High. 



Claudia Hicks, Rowan County 
High School 

Claudia Hicks, Atiiletic 
Director of Rowan County 
High, will be serving Regions 
nine tlu^ougli 16 as the Female 
Minority Representative. 

A graduate of Rowan County 
High, Hicks received her B.S., 
M.S. and Rank I certification 
from Morehead State University. 

Hicks has been teaching in the Rowan County school 
system for 20 years. She spent 16 of those years as tlie 
Head Girls' Basketball Coach. She has been selected as 
Conference Coach-of-the-Year nine times, All- Area 
coach four times and was selected as the Kentucky 
Coach in the 1981 Scioto Valley Kentucky-Ohio Game. 





Frank Cardwell, Franklin- 
Simpson High School 

Frank Cardwell has been elected to 
represent Regions III and IV. 

Cardwell graduated from Butler 
County High School in 1959. He 
went to college at Tennessee Tech 
where he graduated in 1 963 . 

After graduation he played two 
years of pro baseball in the Cleveland Indians Organization. 
In 1964 he became head basketball coach at Wartburg 
Central High in Tennessee where he stayed four years. In 
1968 he became an assistant coach at Western Kentucky 
University. 

Cardwell has been at Franklin-Simpson High for the past 20 
years, serving 13 as head basketball coach, 12 years as 
assistant principal and athletic director and the past eight 
years as principal. 

He and his wife Janet have three children: Frank Jr. and 
Kelli (both married,) and Jolinny, a junior at Franklin 

Simpson. 

Stan Steidel, Dayton Independent 
Schools 

Stan Steidel of Dayton Independent 
Schools will represent Regions 9 
and 10 on the Board of Control. 

Steidel is a 1959 graduate of Dayton 
High School. He received his B.S. 
degree fom the University of 
Cinciiuiati where he played basket- 
ball and baseball. Steidel earned his 

M.A. degree from Eastern Kentucky University and his 

Rank I certification from Xavier University. 

Steidel has been employed by the Dayton Independent 
Schools for 25 years and has served as a teacher, atliletic 
director, central office administrator, and has been a head 
coach in baseball, football and basketball. 

Stan and his wife, Louise, have three daughters, Melanie, 
Jennifer and Elizabeth and two grandchildren. 




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^ATHLETE/October 1991 



KHSAA Membership Cost Analysis 

The K.H.S.A.A. Administrative staff has sp)eiit much of the past few weeks on the road visiting the various regions of the state as 
we strive to improve the Associations' communications with our schools. As part of the presentation, a fmancial summary has 
been displayed showing the member schools how the Association spends its over $1 .5 million dollar budget. At the request of 
many of the schools, the slide is being printed here for your rnsptection. 

The sport columns illustrate how much it cost the Association for each member school to participate in a state sponsored 
championship sport. 



Cost Analysis - Membership of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
September, 1991 

Total Schools - 286 



Fixed Costs Divided Among All Schools 






1991-92 






Operations Costs (administrative, 




Per School 


Total Dues 






printing, publications, supplies) 














building/grounds and equipment, 


$816,765 


$2,856 


Billings 






Catastrophic Insurance 


$142,500 


$498 


$15,269 






Legal Services 




$77,301 


$270 








Officials Division 




$62,515 


$219 








Dawahares/KHSAA Hall of Fame 




$39,901 


$140 








Clinics for Coaches/Officials 




$3,950 


$14 








TARGET Drug Program 




$4,677 


$16 








Total Fixed Costs 


$1,147,609 


$4,013 








Revenue Lost Due To Complimentary 














Boys Basketball Tickets 






$160 








Girls Basketball Tickets 






$160 








Football Playoffs 






|20 








Total Revenue Lost Due to Complimentary 




$340 








Incremental Costs Per Sports Toum. Exp. 


Team Exp. 


Trophies 


Total ## Schools 


Cost/School 


Baseball 


$2,333 


$3,178 


$12,987 


$18,498 


269 


$69 


Boys Basketball 


$189,789 


$60,900 


$1,492 


$252,181 


276 


$914 


Girls Basketball 


$19,650 


$61,094 


$1,491 


$82,235 


270 


$305 


Boys' Cross Country 


$12,370 


$2,501 


$5,831 


$20,702 


207 


$100 


Girls' Cross Country 


$12,370 


$2,501 


$5,831 


$20,702 


202 


$102 


Football 


$12,440 


$21,046 


$5,682 


$39,168 


206 


$190 


Boys Golf 


$8,214 


$2,607 


$3,727 


$14,548 


215 


$68 


Girls Golf 


$8,946 


$1,875 


$3,727 


$14,548 


148 


$98 


Soccer 


$4,992 


$2,115 


$1,035 


$8,142 


132 


$62 


Softball 


$6,968 


$8,552 


$10,878 


$26,397 


246 


$107 


Swimming 


$5,217 


$4,125 


$2,915 


$12,256 


82 


$149 


Boys' Tennis 


$2,945 


$3,478 


$3,788 


$10,211 


208 


$49 


Girls' Tennis 


$2,945 


$3,478 


$3,788 


$10,211 


203 


$50 


Boys' Track 


$3,318 


$16,310 


$13,129 


$32,758 


230 


$142 


Girls' Track 


$3,318 


$16,310 


$13,129 


$32,758 


227 


$144 


Volleyball 


$4,683 


$2,109 


$1,424 


$8,216 


71 


$116 


Wrestling 


$6,901 


$5,184 


$1,599 


$13,684 


59 


$232 


Total Incremental Costs 


$307,400 


$217,363 


$92,451 


$617,213 







:s ATHLETE/October 1991 - 5 

New Playoff Format for Football 

For the 1991 football season, a new playoff system has been adopted whereby the top four teams from each district will qualify 
for the playoffs. The bracket for the championships is listed on this page, and is in effect for all regions in Classes A, AA and 
AAA, as well as regions I and IV of Class AAAA. The bracket for regions II and in of class AAAA will be printed in the next 
issue if space permits. It should be noted that for the fourth round of the playoffs (semi-finals), the Board of Control shall 
conduct a blind draw of the 4 regional winners to determine pairings. Following the draw, the site and dates for those games shall 
be established by the Board of Control. 



1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Football Playoffs 
Championship Bracket 

Classes A, AA and AAA, All Regions 
Class AAAA, Regions I and IV 



at District 1, First Place 





at highest seed 




District 2, Fourth Place 




at highest seed (even/ode 


if same) 


at District 2, Second Plac 


-e 








at liighest seed 




District l,Tliird Place 




at Board of Control designated site 


District 2, Third Place 




Winner Advances to State Semi-Finals 




at highest seed 











at District 1 , Second Place 



District 1, Fourth Place 



at highest seed (even/odd if same) 



at highest seed 



at District 2, First Place 



iATHLETE/Octoberl991 



1991 ffigh School Activities Week set for October 13-20 



In 1980, National High School 
Activities Week was initiated to increase the 
public's awareness of the values and needs of 
activity programs. Twelve years later, the 
values remain as sound as ever, but the needs - 
particularly for public support and adequate 
funding - have become more problematic. 

USA Today, in a recent cover story 
(Tuesday, July 30), summarized the situation: 
"... Public schools across the USA are getting 
squeezed by recession-tightened state budgets 
and continued sentiment against rising 
property taxes." As a result, activity programs 
are among the first to fall victim to budget 
cuts. 

"Activities Week" is the time to 
remind the public that interscholastic programs 
provide a high return for a minimum cost - 
approximately one to five percent of a total 
school budget. School administrators 
responsible for the development and conduct 
of interscholastic program must make certain 
that each and every pocket in their communi- 
fies is made aware of the inherent values 
derived from this American tradition - 
interscholastic activities. The "Activities 
Week Checklist for Schools" is provided as a 
starting point for administrators who want to 
ensure that their programs remain strong. 

High schools are encouraged to 
participate in two National Federation 
programs directly related to "Activities 
Week," which will be celebrated October 13- 
20. 



Walt Disney World 
National Dreamers and Doers 

To date, approximately 6,500 high 
school juniors have been selected "Dreamers 
and Doers" by high schools across the nation. 
Inifiated in 1989, this unique program, co- 
sponsored by the National Federation and 
administered by stale high school associations, 
recognized students for their participation - not 
necessarily achievement - in interscholasUc 
activity programs and demonstration of four 
character traits admired by Walt Disney - 
curiosity, confidence, courage and constancy. 
General contributions to school and the 
community also are considered. 




Only juniors are eligible to be 
selected "Dreamers and Doers." In their 
senior year, each "Dreamer and Doer" is then 
able to serve as a spokesperson in the school 
and community, promoting the values of 
participation interscholastic activity programs. 
Participating schools receive an award 
certificate for presentation at an appropriate 
school event and a booklet containing 
suggestions for providing opportunities to their 
"Dreamers and Doers" to assume leadership 
roles. 

We believe there are "Dreamers 
and Doers" in every school. Creating forums 
for these young people to share their personal 
experience of participation in interscholastic 
programs may be the most potent and effective 
means to advance the case for high school 
activities. 



"Be A Sport" 

At its Annual Meeting in San 
Diego, the National Federation declared that 
sportsmanship remains its No. 1 priority for 
the 1991-92 school year. To this end, the 
National Federation and its membership 
encourage all high schools to include in their 
Activities Week celebration special events and 
programs attendant to National Sportsmanship 
Day, October 17, 1991. 



Monday, October 14 — Omdals Day 

Tuesday, Octal>er IS -Speech ind Music Day 

Wednesday, October 16 — Ctiemical Health 

Awareness Day 



Activities Week checklist for schools 

MAIL announcements and articles about 
Activities Week to local newspapers and 
radio stations. 

SPOTLIGHT a regularly scheduled 
interscholastic event during the week and 
attempt to have a sellout crowd. You may 
want to plan a special attraction such as 
holding a rafde or conducting a poster or 
slogan contest. Invite prominent community 
leaders to attend and be recognized for their 
support of activity programs, or schedule 
performances by student activity groups 
(pom-pons, band, drama, etc.) 
HOST a special luncheon or reception 
recognizing faculty and other community 
members who coach, sponsor or officiate 
school activity programs. 
ARRANGE for students in your high school 
activity programs to visit the elementary and 
middle schools to provide forensics and 
music demonstrations. Your students also 
could speak about the fun and educational 
values derived from involvement in activities. 
REQUEST local clergy to support Activities 
Week by addressing the benefits of activity 
programs - sportsmanship, teamwork, trying 
one's best - in their announcements or 
sermons. 



Further, the National Federation 
hopes high school across the nation will 
support its "Be A Spoit" sportsmanship 
campaign. The "Be A Sport" logo includes a 
handshake, which symbolizes the desired spirit 
of competition at all levels. 

The "Be A Sport" slogan and logo 
first were adopted by the National Sportsman- 
ship Committee (NSC), which is composed of 
eight national organizations representing both 
the amateur and professional levels of sports: 
National Federation of State High School 
Associations, National Collegiate Athletic 
Association, National Association of 
Intercollegiate Athletics, National Junior 
College Athletic Association, Major League 
Baseball, National Basketball Association, 
National Football League and the National 
Hockey League. The "Be A Sport" logo is 
being disseminated within each organization 
of the NSC and will be seen on television, at 
stadiums and arenas and in printed materials at 
every level of athletics. 

The National Federation Sports- 
manship, Ethics and Integrity Committee has 
approved the "Be A Sport" logo and 
encourages its use this year by the high school 
community. 

Later in the fall, the National 
Federation will be informing the high school 
conununity about "Be A Sport" merchandise, 
such as lapel pins, patches, caps, banners and 
T-shirts that will be available through the 
National Federation. Proceeds from the sale of 
"Be A Sport" merchandise then will be used 
to fund specific sportsmanship programs and 
services. 

High schools interested in 
obtaining camera-ready, color artwork of the 
"Be A Sport" logo, at no cost, may contact 
the National Federation office. The logo can 
be utilized in school publications, game 
programs, posters and other printed materials. 

For more information and materials 
to help promote "Activities Week," 
participation in the 1992 Walt Disney World 
National Dreamers and Doers program and the 
"Be A Sport" sportsmanship campaign, 
contact the National Federation office. 




Thursday, October 17 — Sportsnunshlp Day 

Friday, October 18 - Coaches Day 

Saturday, October 19 — Fundraising Day 



3 ATHLETE/October 1991 - 7 

1991 Soccer District/Regional Alignment 



Region 1 
District 1 

Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidland, St. Maiy 
District 2 

Caldwell County, Calloway County, Marshall 
County, Murray, 
District 3 

Christian County, Fort Campbell Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, University 
Heights 

Region 2 
District 4 

Apollo, Daviess County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Henderson County 
District 5 Russellville, Warren Central, 
Warren East 
District 6 

Bowling Green, Glasgow, Greenwood 
District 7 

Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
Meade County, North Hardin, 

Re gion 3 
District 8 

Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Southwest Christian 
District 9 

Central, duPont Manual, Male, Ninth & O, St. 
Xavier 
District 10 

DeSales, Evangel, Iroquois, Moore, Southern, 
St. Francis 

Region 4 
District 11 

Fern Creek, Highview Baptist, Jeffersontown, 
Seneca, Waggener 
District 12 

Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky Country Day, 
Walden 
District 13 

Alherton, Christian Academy, Louisville 
Collegiate, Trinity 

Region 5 
District 14 

Oldham County, Shelby County, South 
Oldham 
District 15 

Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt Central, Bullitt 
East, North Bullitt, Nelson County 
District 16 

Anderson County, Frankfort, Franklin County, 
Western Hills 
District 17 

Bouibon County, Harrison County, Paris, Scott 
County 



Region 6 
District 18 

Berea, Madison Central, Madison Southern, 

Model 

District 19 

Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln County, 

Woodford County, Jessamine County 

District 20 

Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Lafayette, Lexington 

Catholic 

District 21 

Biyan Station, Henry Clay, Sayre, Tales Creek 

Region 7 
District 22 

Boone County, Conner, Lloyd Memorial, St. 
Henry 
District 23 

Dixie Heights, Pendleton County, Scott, Simon 
Kenton 



District 24 

Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, Highlands, 

Newport Central Catholic 

District 25 

Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Holmes, 

Holy Cross, Ludlow 

Region 8 
District 26 

George Rogers Clark, Mason County, Menifee 

County, Montgomery County Powell County, 

District 27 

Laurel County, Oneida, Pulaski County, 

St.Camillus, Somerset 

District 28 

Boyd County, East Carter, Paul Blazer, Rose 

Hill, Rowan County, Russell 





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October 1991 



SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 




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3 


4 




5 






1st SW practice 


7:00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 












1st BK Practice, 


- Dilce Combs 


- Prestonsburg 












Non FB schools 


HS 


HS 






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6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 




12 




7:00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 


7;00pm BK Clinic 










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- Ashland 


- fk^ason County 


-NKU 










HS 


Comm. College 


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14 


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16 


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19 




7;00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 






3:00pm WR Clinic 




■ Apollo HS 


- Graves County 

HS 
Deadline for Fall 

Officials 
1st WR, BK(FB) 

Practice 


- Hopkinsville 
HS 


- Bowling Green 
HS 






- Frankfort HS 


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25 




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7:00pnn BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 


7:00pm BK Clinic 






2:00pm WR Clinic 




- Henry County 


- Elizabethtown 


- Male HS 


- Henry Clay HS 






- Hopkinsville 




HS 


HS 










HS 
ACT Test Date 


27 


28 

7;00pm BK Clinic 
- Sonnerset HS 


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7:00pm BK Clinic 
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1991 Regional Golf Managers 



Boys 



REGION! 

Al Giordano 

Caldwell County High School 

Route l.Box 137B 

Princeton, Kentucky 42445 

502-365-3532 (W) 

502-365-5680 (H) 

REGION 11 
Terry Wigton 
Owensboro High School 

1800 Frederica Street 
Owensboro, Kentucky 42301 
502-684-1084 

REGION 111 

Danny Spillman 

Bowling Green High School 

1801 Rockingham Lane 
Bowling Green, Ky. 42101 
502-842-1674 

REGION IV 

Scott Tippett 

Wilkinson Alternative School 

961 Leestown Road 

Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 

502-875-8650 (W) 

502-227-4791 (H) 

REGION V 

Bill Frost 

Washington County H. S. 

Lincoln Park Road 

Springfield, Kentucky 40069 

606-336-3996 



REGION VII 

Matty Donlon 

St. Xavier High School 

1609 Poplar Level Road 

Louisville, Kentucky 40217 

502-636-2525 

502-637-412 

REGION VIII 

Rick Horasby 

Covington Catholic High School 

1600 Dixie Highway 

Covington, Kentucky 41011 

606-431-5352 

REGION IX 

Bill Detzel 

Highlands High School 

2400 Memorial Parkway 

Fort Thomas, Kentucky 41075 

606-781-3688 

REGION X 
JeffLittrell 

Somerset High School 
305 College Street 
Somerset, Kentucky 42501 
606-678-4241 (W) 



REGION XI 

Walter Brugh 

Paintsville City Schools 

305 2nd Street 

Paintsville, Kentucky 41240 

606-789-2650 



REGION VI 



'STATE TOURNAMENT MANAGER 



Tasso Harris 
Valley High School 
10200 Dixie Highway 
Louisville, Kentucky 40272 
502-473-8621 (W) 
502-937-6156 (H) 



John Hackelt 

830 McCullum Avenue 

Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701 

502-765-4240 

♦COORDINATOR 
Larry Schmidt 
Kentucky Golf Association 
P.O. Box 20146 
Louisville, Kentucky 40220 



Girls 



REGION I 
Judy Muehleman 
Murray High School 
501 DoranRoad 
Murray, Kentucky 42445 
502-753-5202 



REGION II 



Mike Harris 
Glasgow High School 
Columbia Avenue 
Glasgow, Kentucky 42141 
502-651-8801 



REGION III 
Raymond Kuhn 
Ballard High School 
6000 Brownsboro Road 
Louisville, Kentucky 40222 
502-473-8206 



REGION V 

Lou Brov™ 

Jessamine County High School 

Route 4 

Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356 

606-887-2421 



REGION VI 

Gran Mefford 

Owen County High School 

Route 4 

Owenton, Kentucky 40359 

502-484-2715 



REGION VII 

Bob Tucker 

Somerset High School 

College Street 

Somerset, Kentucky 42501 

606-679-7078 (H) 

606-679-4241 (W) 

REGION VIII 

Cathy Gullett 

Johnson Central High School 

Route 276, Box 202 



REGION IV 
Pat Wise 

Elizabethtown High School 
620 North Mulberry Street 
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701 Paintsville, Kentucky 41240 
502-769-338 1 606-789-2500 (W) 

606-789-6612 (H) 

STATE MANAGER 

Lou Brown 

Jessamine County High School 

Route 4 

Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356 

606-887-2421 (School) 

606-885-3952 (Home) 



1991 STATE GOLF COMMITTEE 



Cathy Gullett 

Johnson Central High School 

Route 276, Box 202 

Paintsville, Kentucky 41240 

606-789-2500 

Bill Frost 

Washington County H.S. 
Lincoln Park Road 
Springfield, Kentucky 40069 
502-336-3996 (School) 
502-336-9458 (Home) 



Lou Brown 

Jessamine County High School 

Route 4 

Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356 

606-887-2421 

John Hackett 

810 McCullum Avenue 

Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701 

502-765-4240 



Ernie Denham 
1610 Dundee Way 
Louisville, Kentucky 40205 
502-451-9823 (Home) 
502-588-6499 (Work) 

Dave Bair 

1436 Mt. Rainer Drive 

Lexington, Kentucky 40502 

606-269-3326 



Kim Gunning, Notre Dame High School 

Hilton Drive 

Covington, Kentucky 41011 

606-261-4300 



Joseph Freshley, Shawnee High School 
4018 West Market Street 
Louisville, Kentucky 40212 
502-473-8582 



Marty Donlon 

St. Xavier High School 

1609 Poplar Level Road 

Louisville, Kentucky 40217 

502-637-4712 

Danny Spillman 

Bowling Green High School 

1801 Rockingham Lane 

Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101 

502-842-1674 



STATE COORDINATOR 
Lany Schmidt, Ky Golfers Assoc. 
P.O. Box 20146 
Louisville, Kentucky, 40220 



10- 5 ATHQLETE/October 1991 

Emphasis on winning, appearance linked to steroid use 

by Dorothy E. Mclntyre, Associate Director 
Minnesota State High School League 



Research is presenting a clear picture: 
the non-medical use of steroids is occurring 
and growing within the interscholastic athletic 
program. 

A recent report containing excellent 
information comes from the federal Depart- 
ment of Health and Human Services, 
"Adolescents and Steroids: A User Perspec- 
tive," August 1990, (OEI-06-90-01081) and 
"Adolescent Steroid Use," February 1991, 
(OEI-06-90-01080). Their findings indicate 
that over one-quarter of a million adolescents, 
primarily males, use or have used steroids, and 
their numbers are growing. 

As educators, we must be concerned and 
begin to take action. 

Use begins early: the data shows that 
over half of the adolescents who use steroids 
tried them for the time by age 16. Because of 
the early onset of use, adolescents frequently 
increase dosages, variety and cycle length over 
time, and that it may lead to other drug use. 

Athletes are vulnerable: steroid users are 
generally highly motivated, will train intensely 
to improve themselves and are concerned 
about their appearance and receiving peer 
approval. And they want to please peers, 
coaches and parents. 



Steroids do work: research indicates that 
anabolic steroids are capable of enhancing 
strength, size and the capacity to train. Students 
believe that it may help their team to win. 

Our responsibility is education: Students 
should be aware of the potential risks of steroid 
use as one means of deterring use. The message 
must come eariy, in middle and junior high 
school, and be reinforced by adults, peers, and 
student activity leaders. If steroid information is 
to be effective, we must be honest about steroids, 
avoiding scare tactics, and acknowledging that 
steroids do impact the areas of strength, size and 
appearance. 

Peer leadership is a resource: student 
leaders can be an effective means of intervening 
to limit steroid use since peers are a major source 
of information and using becomes secretive 
among team members. 

Adults can send a clear message: "we are 
so opposed to steroids that we would rather lose 
every game than have any of you use steroids." 
This message must be supported by coaches, 
trainers, parents and the medical professionals. 

The National Consensus Meeting on 
Anabolic/Androgenic Steroids, 1989, sponsored 
by the UOC/NCAA, National Federation of State 



High School Associations and the AAU of 
Los Angeles, recommended an education 
program that should: 

- clearly ■nd consistently send a 
message from coaches, parents, educators 
and physicians that they don't want 
adolescents to use steroids. 

- help adolescents develop realistic 
expectations and goals for themselves and 
alternatives to steroids use, such as 
Improved weight training methods, 
nutrition or training techniques. 

- advocate and encourage social 
support for not using steroids, Including a 
de-emphasIs on winning at all costs and 
the social/monetary regards attached to 
winning. 

- encourage positive role modeling 
by elite and professional athlete, 

- emphasize the moral and ethical 
aspects of steroid use, l.e^ steroids use Is 
cheating and destroys fair play. 

With the beginning of the new year, it 
is a good time to educate through your pre- 
season meetings, coaches meetings and 
other avenues for communicating with your 
students and parents. 

We can make a difference! 



"Minutes" 



Commissioner Wise discussed with the Board a request he 
had received from the Kentucky Girls Sports Association to hold the 
Girls State Basketball Tournament first each year. Following comments 
by Board members. President Johnson referred this item to the 
Basketball Committee. He requested that the Commis- 
sioner's Office furnish stats to the Basketball Committeee and that a 
report be presented to the full Board at the October meeting. 

Board members were then asked for their input on sites, 
dates and times for the Regional Meetings. Mr. Wise advised the Board 
that a schedule of these meetings would be mailed to them in the near 
future. 

Ray Story made a motion to approve North & South L.aurel 
County's request to be classified AAAA in football and placed in Laurel 
County's existing district. Harry Jansing seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise discussed a request from Whitley County to waive 
the starting date for football due to a conflict at their school. Frank 
Cardwell moved to deny their request. Stan Steidel seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of By-Law 5, Section 4-1-c, Ray 
Story made a motion that a referendum be mailed to all member schools 
asking for a clarification and change to this section. Roland Williams 
seconded the motion, which passed unanimously. 

AssL Comm. Stout reported to the Board that the 
Commissioner's Office had been asked to survey the schools to add 
Girls Soccer. Claudia Hicks made a motion, seconded by Sandy Allen, 
that based on the results of the 1989-90 soccer survey and due to the 
increase in boys soccer participation in the fall, the schools be surveyed 
for Giris Soccer as a Spring sport. The motion failed by a vote of 8-3. 



Mr. Stout requested that the Board raise the baseball officials 
fees as follows effective with the 1991-92 season: $30/game; $60/ 
double header. Frank Cardwell moved to adopt these fees, seconded by 
Sandy Allen. The motion failed by a vote of 6-4-1. 

It was suggested that the Track and Field Survey regarding 
the possible addition of the girls triple jump and the boys and girls 
3200m relay be conducted at the beginning of the 1991 school year. 

The Board set the date and time for the next meeting to be 
held on Saturday, October 12 at 1:00 p.m. in Lexington at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office. The following committees will meet on Saturday 
morning: All-Sports, Executive, Basketball and Football. 

Jack Portwood made a motion, seconded by Harry Jansing 
that the Board set the following ticket prices for the State Football Play- 
offs: All advance tickets - $5.00; At gate tickets - 5.00 students, 7.00 
adults. The motion passed unanimously. 

There being no fiiither business to come before the Board, 
Roland Williams moved for adjournment. The motion was seconded by 
Harry Jansing and passed unanimously. 




3 ATHLETE/October 1991 -11 



1991 State Tennis Championships / Team Champs 



DOWNING TENNIS CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 

MAY 30 -JUNE 1,1991 



Trinity High School 



Sacred Heart Academy 




BACK ROW: Todd Warren, Mike Mather, Mike Lindsay, Travis 
Raque, Jeremy Ballard. Newell Fox, Ward Lawrence. FRONT 
ROW: Jeff McRae. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Bunny Daugherty, Pat Zimlich, Marti 

Stuedle, Leslie Mehlbauer, Chastity Chandler, Laura Schwab, 
Amy Kremer, 



Boys State Tennis Tournament - Team Scores 



Girls State Tennis Tournament - Team Scores 



Trinity (Louisville) 

St. Xavier 

Henry Clay 

Henderson County 

Kentucky Country Day 

St. Francis 

Franklin County 

Lone Oak 

Boone County 

Cumberland 

Christian County 

DeSales 

Union County 

Bellevue 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Model 

North Hardin 

Russell 

Southwest Christian 

Bell County 

Elizabethtown 

Greenwood 

Russellville 

Scott County 



Sacred Heart 

Henry Clay 

Lone Oak 

Russell 

Louisville Collegiate 

Model 

Sayre 

Atherton 

Morgan County 

Notre Dame 

Paul Dunbar 

Waggener 

Beechwood 

Bowling Green 

Caverna 

Clay County 

Elizabethtown 

Greenwood 

Knott County Central 

Mason County 

Muhlenberg North 

North Hardin 

Scott County 

Washington County 

Apollo 

Boyle County 

Franklin-Simpson 



12- i ATHLETE/October 1991 

1991 State Tennis Championships / Girl's Singles 



DOWNING TENNIS CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 

MAY 30 -JUNE 1,1991 



Fteldinq (6-i. 6-2) 



~ lAtlen. Louisville Colleqi 



AUqqn Avemao, Etaat 




LAURA SCHWAB 
Sacred Heart 



Laura Schwab. Sacred H ead 
Girls s-nBios Finals Laura Schwab. Sacrsd H eart (6-3, 6-2) 



Julie Coppinqef. Henry Clay 



JuHa CoppmoeJ. Hoinv Clay 



Ssadsd Playart, Girt* Single* 

1 Laura Schwab, Sacred Heart 

2 Julie Coppinger, Henry Qay 

3 Leigh Buchan, Henry Clay 

4 Amy Oltty, Ruseeil 

5 Jaime Fielding, Waggener 

6 Caia Cashon, Alhenon 

7 Courtney Allen, Louisville Collegiate 



a ATHLETE/October 1991 -13 

1991 State Tennis Championships / Boy^s Singles 



DOWNING TENNIS CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 

MAY 30- JUNE 1, 1991 



^Ballard. Trinity 






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Man Lewis, Nonn Hardm 1 






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Jason Slahi. S[ Pa[ricK 1 

T^. 500 Malh«ut6-1.6-ll 
















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Bfvan Ekiuna. Scon County 1 




















































Kaith Rce, Bell Coumy I 

'"-.'"'■ Iflica (6^2, 6-2) 

Gary Bnirws, George Rooara Clatk 












































John Dewev. Mode) 






























T-.,,. t 10 ISmin (6-0, 6-01 


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CraKi Coteman. George Roqets Clark 




Aman Palhak. Flussallville 1 








































iPape. CamcbeCI County 




Bobbv Paoe. Canwibell County 1 


















iMalher. Tnn.tv 
MK:nael Malt>ef, T-inity (Loursvilte) 




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Bve 1 








IColhns. Llovd Memorial 






































iBeaimoar, Unwn County 


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iMooie. Bowlina Gieen 
















































John Krtchen, Ki»n County CenDal 1 






MICHAEL KLEIN 

St. Francis 



Michael Klein. St. Francis 

Boys Singles Finals Michael Klein, St. Francis {7-5 6-2) 



Scon Treibly. Si. Xavier 



Seeded Players, Boys Singles 

1 Michael Klein, S( Francis 

2 Scoti Treibly. St. Xavier 

3 Bryan Sackmann. Henry Clay 

4 Mike Mather, Trinity (Louisville) 

5 Edwin Lewis, Kentucky Country Day 

6 Travis Saacke, Henderson County 

7 Brad Smith. Christian County 
a Ftyan Bealmear, Union County 



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i ATHLETE/October 1991 

1991 State Tennis Championships / Girl's Doubles 



DOWNING TENNIS CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 

MAY 30 -JUNE 1,1991 



Mara Siuedle/Pai Zimlicfi. Sacien Mean 




































iBonax/Btiahl 


























AJhson Redlord/Amv KIinQiesm.ih. P R P 








Bve 1 








Amanda Vance/Calhv Jones, Mason Countv ' 






1 Vance/ Jones 








Amanda Lanaan/Amv Havden. Aoollo 




Bve 1 














iHornDuckle/Slacv 




















ihd.^oo iRussallie 










ISaatlBld/Hacken 








Amy Schrecker/LeKih Robens. Male 


















ICIav Counrv (6-4. 6-21 




Julw Groaan/Ncki Edwaids. Lone Oak 




























































Tn„, 1 JO iHenrv Clav 16-0. 6-01 




ih^, BIO Henry Cla 


































Whimev Smnn/Amv Lee. Bowlina Green 1 






















Lsa Dowdina/Andrea Froedoe. North Hardm 1 




rhu.ioo NoflhHan 










IShafD/Henlein 












Julie Johnson/Beth Harris. Eliza belhlown 














IRobens/Nanra 


































Melissa Klierherrnes/Su Jean S«d Si Camlli,. 






















iGreqorVj'Lenn 
















Rebecca Cavwood/Usa Tavlor Gftotoe fioaers park 


-1) 








iRudloll/Ruwen 






iFerauson/Allameh 
















Lesiw MeWbauer/Cfiastrtv Chandhw Sacmd Hpan 






LESLIE MELBAUER, CHASTITY CHANDLER 
Sacred Heart Academy 



Marti Stuedle/Pal Zimlich . Sacred Heart 
Girls Doubles Finals Leslie Mehlbauer/Ctias titv Chandler, Sacred Heart (6-1 , 7-5) 



Leslie Mehibauer/Chas tilv Chiandler, Sacred Head 



Soeded Playeri, Girls Doubles 

1 Leslie Mehlbauer/Chastity Chandler, Sacred Heart 

2 Pat Zimllch/Mani Steudle, Sacred Heart 

3 Jenny DItty/Julle Ditty, Russell 

4 Counney Russell/Stephanla Nahra, Sayre 

5 Allison Herald/Amy Saalfeld, Beechwood 

6 Julie Grogan/Nlckl Edwards, Lone Oak 



ATHLETE/October 1991 -15 



1991 State Tennis Championships / Boy^s Doubles 



DOWNING TENNIS CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 

MAY 30 -JUNE 1,1991 















Chad MB5Sie/Rvar> Mass«. Henrv Clev 1 




iMBssKi/Massie 
















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Bve 1 
































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Andv Cec'l/Mike Hines. Georae Roaeis Claik 1 
















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Jetf Bak:r>er/Bili McCailev. Russ«iiv<iie 
































Adam Bibb/Br<c« Brown. SI Xaviet 




















llQbain-rwrnton 














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Tom Wheeler /B( a ndon Neace. Camoben Counhl 












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Tfu 2 30 iHenderson Countv I2.-6 6-a 6-3) 












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Th.jio iSconC0i>nlY[6-i,6-i) 
James Ma;1(eft/Manumer>eid DeSates 
















tnu. 6 00 Henrv Clay 16-3. 6-41 












Tonv Slrode/Will Pumchiev. Geoioe Rooeis Clad. 






Si XBUiet 16-0. 6-1) 






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iHuetf/MHter 












6-4, 1-6.6-1) 








IWdhrte/HeHifiv 




























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Ba.r>e, Boqqs/KenriY Co». Cumberland | 
















































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Bill Wainscott/Maic FieJdtnq Franklin County 








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John Letevie/Casav Muoote. Looe Oak 1 


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lUnOsav/Raoue 






MIKE LINDSAY, TRAVIS RAQUE 
Trinity High School 



Brice Brown/Adam Bibb . SI. Xavier 

Boys Doubles Finals Mike Undsav/Tr. 



i Raque. Trinity (6-3. 6-3) 



Mike Lindsay/Travis Ra que. Trinity (Louisville) 



S««d«d Players, Boys Doubles 



ville) 



1 Travis Raque/Mike Lindsay, Trinity (Lou 

2 Tim Black/Chad Seabaugh, Lone Oak 

3 Brlce Brown/Adam Bibb, St Xavier 

4 Miller Brice/Kevin Douglas, Kentucky Country Day 

5 Marc Fielding/Bill Wainscott, Franklin County 

6 Matt Smith/Andy Smith. Boone County 

7 Todd Warren/Ward Lawrence, Trinity (Louisville) 

8 David RueH/Oavid Miller, St. Xavier 



16- 5 ATHLETE/October 1991 



Association Appendix 



Printing/Mailing 

The 1991-92 Calendars have been printed and mailed. Ifyou have not 
received yours, please call us. 

Regional Meetings 

Your KHSAA staff will be visiting the 16 regions between September 
1 1 and October 30 in an effort to strengthen communications between 
the member schools and your Association. An agenda has been mailed 
to all superintendents, principals and athletic directors which will 
include dates, times and sites. 

75th Anniversary Basketball Program 

The excitement is building over the publication of a 75th Anniversary 
Basketball Program. You won't want to miss a single page, especially if 
you're a big basketball fan. 

Publicity 

In a recent survey of the schools you indicated that one area we can help 
you with is publicity and promotions. We have compiled information 
on promotional events, publicity, media relations, and related topics, 
that you may find beneficial. 

Ifyou would like to receive any information on general publicity and 
promotions please contact Jeff Rogers. 



State Golf Tournaments 

The 1991 State Golf Championships will be taking place this month. 
The dates and sites are as follows: 

Girl's 
October 15-16 Elizabethtown Country Club, Elizabethtown 

Boy's 
October 1 5-16 Lincoln Trail Country Club, Vine Grove 

Recent Mailings to Schools 

*Football Statistics Forms 
•1991-92 Calendar 

Ifyou did not receive any of these mailings, please contact us. 



1991 Football Open Dates 

as of September 26. 1991 



October 4 

Betsy Layne 

Kentucky School for the Deaf 

Leslie County 

Lexington Catholic 

Marion County 

October 11 

Franklin-Simpson 
Lexington-Catholic 
Powell County 
Williamsburg 

October 18 

Berea 

Clay County 
Lexington Catholic 
Paints ville 
Powell County 

October 25 
Lexington CathoUc 
McCreary County 
Magoffin County 
Wheelwright 

November 1 

Anderson County 
Bowling Green 
Lexington Catholic 
Whitley County 






1992 Basketball 


Open Dates 




as of September 26. 1991 \ 


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January 




January 


7-Russell High School 




6-Russell High School 


February 




February 


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21-Russell High School 




17-Russell High School 


25-Russell High School 








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ATHLETE 

Official Publication of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 




NOVEMBER 1991 





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CHEMICAL HEALTH ^ — .^ 

rARGET 



CD 



State Associations Must Take Charge 



by Bill Sprinkle 
NOTE: The following is an excerpt of a speech delivered by Bill Sprinkle at the TARGET seminar April 21 
at the National Federation in Kansas City. 

You are well aware of the problems of alcofiol and other drugs in our communities. Although there has been some reduction in use of 
some drugs, most surveys in our nation and in our communities reveal startling indications of substance use among our young students. 

Furthermore, several polls and school surveys all indicate that the biggest problems facing our youth and the worst influences in their 
lives are alcohol and other drugs. A December 1990 survey in USA TODAY revealed that 85 percent of 800 high school basketball and 
football coaches think that alcohol use is the worst problem that their team members face. We all must know this! 
Why should state associations be involved in chemical-health programs, wellness programs, preventive programs? Money is tight 
(always will be). There are a lot of other programs out there. It is not our business really, but local schools. We don't really have the time, 
limited staff, duplication of effort, and on and on. I will not take time to refute those charges or excuses because most are specious 
arguments that can be disputed either way. I want to focus on our potential, not our limitations. 

What I would like to do is reflect on the positive reasons why we should be fully involved in promoting the chemical health of our 
students in activities and through them the general student population. 

The problems inherent in alcohol and other drug use are not ones that will go away. These problems have been with mankind since 
day 1. To solve these problems, to manage them in most cases, takes many different actors. It takes many different actors sometimes to 
make even the smallest difference. The only way to begin to manage the problem is to network with many agencies in the prevention 
effort. 

Government agencies can't do it alone, nor can the Federation, schools, churches, police or state associations. We all must take a 
strong active involvement and make a concerted effort together to reach all our constituencies. Commitment and priority are two words 
that should best illustrate our involvement as state associations. 

Who better than the Federation and member state associations to lead the charge to make life better and more hopeful for students in 
activities and their peers in the schools? Are we to be the followers in this arena? Who has a better potential to network with all the 
schools and all other prevention agencies? Would not the average citizen expect the associations to be a critical part of the solution to 
these problems? Chemical health is the responsibility of any leader in the education field. 

In this day and age with the negative aura that sometimes surrounds athletics and activities, with the endless threat of litigation that 
swirls around us and with so many questioning our purpose and programs, a positive public relations plan is absolutely vital. 

The positive goodwill that an association receives from a good chemical health program is substantial. The fact that many of us have 
started programs, however elementary or sophisticated, is a very favorable step in a day when a good image is needed in our activity 
programs. 

I think we must reflect tor a moment on what kind of message we will send our neighbors in the prevention community if we fail to 
enhance or follow through with our programs. We need positive goodwill regarding all our activities, and a chemical-health program 
accomplishes a part of that need because it demonstrates that we care for the total development of the student. 

State associations originally were conceived to bring order, control and regulation to athletics to protect the interests of young people 
who were being exploited in one way or another. Our primary focus has been and must be the health, safety and welfare of our students. 

Isn't this why we have age rules, practice-limitation rules, game-limitation rules, cheerleader safety guidelines, physical exam rules, 
catastrophic injury committees and safety regulations in rules of all sports? Is our charge only to protect a kid's emotional and chemical 
health? Do we not preach and emphasize that the "other half of education" has a myriad of values such as competition, self-esteem, 
learning how to win and to lose, overcoming adversity, learning how to cooperate with others, and that these are most significant? Is 
chemical health to be excluded or minimized as one of the benefits of participation? My belief is that it should be on the same plane as all 
the values of participation. 

Are not the people involved in activities educators? If we are, and I truly believe we all think we are, is not our mandate and 
responsibility to teach ethics, citizenship and healthy lifestyles. 

Given the thrust of educational reform in this country, we must address these topics daily. Healthy values and wise alternatives can be 
taught just like physical skills. Is not a healthy lifestyle a quality value? Few would argue that it is not. 



For information on Kentucky's TARGET program, call 1-800-DOSAYNO (1-800-367-2966). 



^ATHLETE/November 1991 - 1 




FROM THE INSIDE 

by Louis Stout, Assistant Commissioner 
Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association 



The Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association began a new 
era with the retirement of Lee T. 
Mills and the subsequent 
appointment of Billy V. Wise as 
Commissioner. I have had the 
privilege of serving under all three 
former commissioners, each of 
whom were great leaders with their own methods and 
philosophies. With the appointment of Commissioner Wise, new 
directions were introduced to the staff, member schools and the 
Board of Control. With an emphasis placed on 
"Communication", Commissioner Wise immediately set out to 
reintroduce the K.H.S. A. A. to its members by taking the Associa- 
tion to the schools. 

Throughout the months of September and October the 
executive stafTwill have crisscrossed the state, visiting the sixteen 
regions and talking with school administrators. The purpose of 
these visits was to inform and update the member schools as to the 
purpwses and functions of the Association. Old and new staff 
members were introduced and the responsibilities of each staff 
member were explained. 

Although this was not a new idea, this is the fu'st time such 
a project has been undertaken in my twenty year tenure with the 
Association. This initiative came from the new leadership and the 
new direction that is planned for the organization. 

The reception we experienced during these visits was, 
without doubt, the warmest that any organization could expect. 
Because of the tremendous success of our travels and because of 
the new philosophy that has been adopted, the morale at the office 
is at an all time high. 

The time spent in completing this task was not easy consid- 
ering the fact that the fall sports programs were in motion. 
Although everyone was exhausted at its completion, we all agree 
that this had to have been the most exciting, most informative and, 
in my opinion, the most professional presentation ever made by 
the K.H.S.A.A. and its staff. The success of the sessions can only 
be weighed by the attendance of the many Superintendents, 
Principals, Athletic Directors and Coaches and by the positive 
comments we have received. 

Without question a better association exists because of these 
visits. I applaud Commissioner Wise for his vision and for his 
interest in serving the schools and all those who are charged with 
the responsibility of following the rules and regulations of this 
great Association. 




NOVEMBER, 1991 



VOLUME Un, NO. 3 



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School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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Editor: BUly V. Wise 
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Associate: JefT Rogers 
Assiatant: Brigid DeVries 
Assistant: Julian Tacl(ett 



2- I ATHLETE/November 1991 

Prep Golfers Are In The Clubhouse 



The Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association sponsored the first state 
championship of the 1991-92 school year 
as more than 200 high school golfers 
gathered in central Kentucky for the 
Girl's and Boy's State Golf Tournament. 

Elizabethtown Country Qub hosted 
the girls v^le the boys challenged 
Lincoln Trail Country Club in Vine 
Grove. 

Pat Vadden, a senior at St. Xavier, 
fired an even par 72 both days for a 144 
total. That was good enough for a six 



shot victory over Estill County's Steve 
Honchell, who finished at 75-75 for a 
150 total. 

Franklin,County claimed the team 
championship for the second consecutive 
year as Chad Dawson, Benji Broadwater, 
Bryan Conway and Ben Conway 
combined to shoot a team total 635. 
That was 35 strokes better than runner- 
up Ballard. 

A few miles away at the girl's 
tournament Johnson Central senior 
Amiee Cantrell shot a 79-79 to claim top 



honors in the girl's championships. 
Aleshia Warren of Central Hardin 
finished three strokes back at 161 to gain 
runner-up merit. 

Another repeat, the young ladies of 
Madisonville North Hopkins combined 
to shoot 742 to claim team honors. The 
group of Jill Smiley, Emily Thomas, 
Mary Ellen Leasure and Kelly Green led 
the Lady Maroons to a two stroke 
victory over Casey County. 



Officials Acquire Advanced Certification 


A large number of KHSAA registered officials have qualified for advance ratings of Certified and Approved as 


a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. Only officials receiving these higher ratings are 


eligible for work in 


the district and regional totjmaments. Only KHSAA approved or certified officials shall 1 


be used in games between sub-district and district winners. Only certified officials shall be used in other | 


playoff games. Following is a list of those 


obtaining new ratings: 






FOOTBALL 


Collins, Jack 


Phillippi, Barry 


Change to Approved 


VoUeybaU 


Change to Certified 


Crace, Stephen 


Powell, Jim 


Benson, John K. 


Change to Certified 


Back, Jr., Custer 


Craig, Ken 


Piuitt, Paul 


Bishop, Lany A. 


Bums, Mary Jo 


Bennett, Rick L. 


Creech, Eric 


Rees, David F. 


Bonner, Philip H. 


Potts, Stephen 


Brown, Roger Douglas 


Cushing, Gary 


Robinson, Woody 


Dorman, William C. 




Cansler, Michael 


Domhoff, Joe 


Saragas, Takis 


Dulskis, Richard J 


Change to Approved 


Carter, Michael Anthony 


Gilpin, James M. 


Shrode, David Earl 


Ench, John R. 


Bell, Brooke 


Edelen, Rosalind 


Harris, Mark 


Simpson, Edward N. 


Floto, Thomas G. 


Delong, Jim 


Gilmore, Donald 


Hatcher, Vaughn 


Smedley, Bob 


Lacy, Bradley D. 


Donovan, Mary Lynne 


Hackett, Jr., Wilbur L. 


Hill, Ronald Steven 


Soublo, Danny 


Leow, Hal 


Fleissner, Stanley J. 


Holt, Michael 


Houck, Wayne 


Spears, R. Cony 


Loflus, Larry A. 


Gatterdam, Fred 


Horn, Greg 


Howard, Bradley M. 


Stephens, Timothy W. 


Mann, Cathy L. 


Hellebusch, JoAnn 


Klincewich, Walter J 


Hudson, Jr., Donald L. 


Stivers, Scott 


Mueller, James 


Lorenz, Mark W. 


Kordenbrock, Andy 


Hundemer, Orville 


Sutton, James A. 


Noakes, Jefftey Lee 


Miller, Michael Paul 


McCallum, Larry R. 


Hunter, Fred F. 


Weakley, Scott 


Olivencia, Jose' R, 


Rolfes, Michael P. 


Miller, Joseph A. 


Jemigan, William Kiiby 


Weihe, Jr., Stanley J. 


Papanicolaou, Thomas 


Schawe, Jr., William R. 


Peters, Joey 


Johnson, Kevin L. 


Wilson, Darrell 


Paul, Judi Rogers 




Pittman, Stephen R. 


Kazlauskas, Dan J. 


Young, Matt 


Pence, Leian 




Riggs, Freddy D. 


Kirkpatrick, Tom 




Pendygraft, Robert 




Sammons, Todd 
Thompson, Jeffrey D. 


Lamar, Joe 
Luvisi, Chris 


Soccer 

Chanife to Certified 


Quisenbeny, Kermit 




Rainey, Randy M. K 


*'• •• .^m-^ 


Vamey, Gregory Alan 


Mackey, David T. 


Daugherty, Mike 


Reisch, Kyu *- 


-^ ^NV 




McCollam, Jr., William E. 


Davis, Jack M. 


Salisbury, Joe F. 


\ iSl 


Change to Approved 


McLain, Don R. 


Doom, Sr., Henry E. 


Smee, Stephen W. 


V>^ 


Alderman, Michael T. 


Miller, Paul W. 


Goijian, Fereydoon 


Stribling, Jr., Charles N. 


^—^ ^ 

> 


Baker, Jack 


Mills, William F. 


Harper, Ben R, 


Vander Molen, Douglas G. 




Baughman, Bob 


Miniard, Max 


Hilvers, Jim 


Waizenhofer, John F. 




Begley, Ward 


Morris, Charies Brent 


Jiulianti, David M. 


Whitman, Brian C. 




Bufium,Stan 


O'Brien, Teny Marie 


Sloan, Paul 


Woodward, John 




Campbell. Mark D. 


Parsons, III, Paul B. 


Tomazic, Toby F. 






Caipeoter, Lany D. 


Peckenpaugh, Teny 


Tretter, Thomas M. 






Case, Paul Todd 


Peeno, Hany R. 


Wallace, Jeny 







sATHLETE/November 1991 



DUE PROCESS PROCEDURES 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association adopted the following Due Process Procedure for appealing decisions of the 
Commissioner or Board of Control. 

1 . Aggrieved Parties May Appeal Decision 

If a participant, parent, contest official, coach or member school is dissatisfied with a decision of the Board of Control or the Commissioner's interpreting 
a provision or provisions of the Constitution, By-Laws or rules and regulations of the Association, and such individual or school is an aggrieved and 
affected party, such a party may submit in writing a notice of appeal of the decision and request for a formal hearing. All appeals involving a student 
eligibilitv matter relating tc the fall sports season shall be filed by the immediately preceding July 15th: the winter season, but the immediately 
preceding September 15th: and the spring season, by the immediately preceding January 5th. Appeals not timely filed shall not be heard, absent clear 
and compelling justification. Any other appeal shall be filed within fifteen (15) days of receipt of the decision. 

2. Investigation 

The Commissioner or his staff, or such representative of the Association designated by the Board of Control shall investigate all matters upon which the 
appeal is based. Investigations shall be performed so as to bring the matter to a hearing, unless for cause otherwise shown, no later than the next 
regularly scheduled meeting of the Board. 

3. Notice 

After completion of the investigation, the Commissioner shall notify the appealing party of the time and place set for a hearing on the appeal. The notice 
shall be given at least seven (7) days in advance of the time set for the hearing. The hearing shall be conducted in conjunction with a regularly 
scheduled meeting of the Board, or the East Eliqibility Committee or the West Eligibility Committee may act for the Board if time is of the essence . 

4. Attendance at the Hearing 

Representatives of member schools, contest officials, students, parents and coaches who are appealing parties are entitled to attend hearings. In the 
instance of a student submitting the appeal, such student may be represented by the member school that the student attends. Any person entitled to be 
in attendance at such hearing may represent themselves Such persons are also entitled to be represented by counsel, provided that they notify all other 
parties involved in the appeal of the name, address and telephone number of such counsel at least three (3) days in advance of the hearing 

5. Board of Control to Hear Appeals 

The Board of Control of the Association , or the appropriate eliqibility committee , shall hear all appeals brought under the provisions of these rules. The 
President of the Board of Control, or chairman of the appropriate eligibility committee may appoint a hearing officer to preside over the hearing or he 
may act as the hearing officer himself. The hearing officer may, at the beginning of the hearing, ask for statements clarifying the issues involved or upon 
which factual matters the appealing party will stipulate and agree to. The Commissioner shall make available written copies of his investigation, and 
may give testimony relative thereto. The appealing party shall present its defense and proofs. The parties may offer such evidence, including the 
testimony of witnesses, as they desire and which is relative to the proceedings. Each party shall have the right to cross examine witnesses of the 
adverse party. All parties shall be afforded the opportunity to examine all documents introduced. 

6. Closing of Hearing 

The hearing officer shall specifically inquire of all parties whether they have further evidence Upon receiving negative replies, the hearing officer shall 
declare the hearing closed. 

7. Hearing in Absence of a Member 

The hearing may proceed in the absence of any party who after it is shown has received due notice thereof, fails to be present or fails to request an 
adjournment. Adjournments may be requested of the hearing officer upon the request of a party or upon the initiative of the hearing officer. However, a 
decision shall not be made solely upon the default of a party, but be based upon the evidence in the matter before the Board. 

8. Decision of Board 

The decision of the Board of Control, or the appropriate eliqibility committee, if practicable, shall be announced orally to the parties upon completion of 
the hearing, such to be followed by written confirmation to the parties within seven (7) days of the closing of the hearing. The written decision shall be 
signed by the Commissioner and shall state the findings and conclusions of the Board or eliqibility committee . All decisions of the Board of Control or 
eligibility committee may be appealed to the State Board of Education. 

9. Appeal Procedure to State Board for Elementary and Secondan,! Education 

Section 1. There is hereby established with the Department of Education the position of hearing officer for the State Board for Elementary and 
Secondary Education. The State Board for Elementary and Secondary Education shall appoint, upon the recommendation of the chief state school 
officer, a person or persons to serve at the pleasure of the Board in that capacity 

Section 2. A hearing officer shall conduct a hearing, or a review of the law as appropriate of all appeals from the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

Section 3. (a) Any aggrieved party may appeal the ruling of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association within ten (10) days of the date of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Assocaition hearing, or the written decision if no ruling is made at the hearing , to the State Board for Elementary and 
Secondary Education, by filing notice with the Secretary of the State Board for Elementary and Secondary Education and by mailing a copy of the 
same to the Commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Appeals not timely filed shall not be heard. The Secretary of the Board 
shall immediately notify the Commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association of the appeal and the Commissioner shall forthwith send 
the record of the matter, including a transcript or tape recording of the hearing before the Association to the Secretary. 

(b) The notice of appeal need not be in any preschbed form, but shall clearly state reasons for the appeal tf the appellant requests to present 
additional evidence to a hearing officer , the notice also shall set forth the nature of such evidence and reasons it has not been previously introduced. 

(c) The notice of appeal may also request oral argument before a hearing officer , and if it does, it must also state the reasons for such request. 

(d) Written arguments (or briefs) may be filed with the Secretary within ten (10) days after notice of the appeal has been filed, with a copy sent to the 
Commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 

(e) The Commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association may respond to the written argument within five (5) days but may have one (1) 
extension of an additional five (5) days for good cause shown. Said response shall be made by mail to the appellant with a copy sent to the Secretary 
of the State Board. 

(f) Unless the hearing officer grants the motion to introduce additional evidence or the request for an oral argument, the appeal shall be considered on 
the written record alone. Only in extraordinary cases where additional evidence is allowed to be introduced shall the appeal be considered de novo in 
nature. 

Section 4. The hearing officer shall make findings of fact, conclusions of law and recommendations to the parties and the State Board for Elementary 

and Secondary Education, and such, shall allow ten (10) days for written exceptions and responses to the State Board. Except in cases of clear and 

compelling justification , the parties shall not have a right to make oral argument in person to the State Board. 
Section 5. The Board may accept or reject the submission of the hearing officer in total or in part, may return the matter to the hearing officer for further 

proceedings or may have the parties appear before the Board for further proceedings and ultimate decision. In any event, the board, in making its 

final decision, shall adopt or incorporate appropriate findings and conclusions. 
Section 6. Because of the varied nature of the other matters that may from time to time be assigned to a hearing officer, and because time may be of 

the essence, in order for the submission of the hearing officer to be presented to the Board at a scheduled meeting of the Board, the hearing officer 

is hereby authorized, consistent with the limitations of the assignment, to set such time frames and other procedural matters as will assure due 

process to the parties and allow the submission to the Board within the time prescribed. 
Section 7. Stay of KHSAA Decision Pending State Board Action 
H the State B oard hearing officer recommends reversing the Association's decision on an eligibilitv matter, the Association's decision shall be stayed, 
and the student in Question shall become immediately eligible pending final State Board action. 



3 ATHLETE/November 1991 



1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Football Playoffs 
Championship Bracket 

Classes A, AA 
Semi-Final Pairings 



Region 3 










Region 1 






Region 2 












Region 4 







Class A 



Region 2 










Region 3 






Region I 














Region 4 







Class AA 



The top team in each bracket will be the host site and 
the home team on the scoreboard. 



sATHLETE/November 1991 -5 



1991 K.H.S.A.A. State Football Playoffs 
Championship Bracket 

Classes AAA, AAAA 
Semi-Final Pairings 









Region 2 




Class 


Region 3 




AAA 






Region 4 






Region 3 










Region 1 




Class 


Region 4 




AAAA 






Region 2 







The top team in each bracket will be the host site and 
the home team on the scoreboard. 



6- I ATHLETE/November 1991 

Swimming Committee 
Minutes 1991-92 

The Swimming Committee mel on Tuesday, October 1, 1991, at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 
DeVries called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Committee members 
present included Tim Cahill, Matt Rydson. Phil Wilder, Jerry Mohr, 
Martin O Toole, Jack Thompson, Dale Baggeit, David Webb, Karen 
Vanover and Ron Prieskorn 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of the regional sites. The 
managers and sites are as follows: Central Kentucky Region -Tim Cahill, 
Model High School, Richmond; Jefferson County Region - Martin 
O Toole, Crescent Hill, Louisville; Northern Kentucky Region - Dave 
Webb, Scott High School, Covington; Western Kentucky Region - Dale 
Baggett, Hopkinsville High School, Hopkinsville. The committee 
discussed the regional information sheets and made some minor 
changes. TheRegionalentry deadline date is January 29, 1992. Regional 
meets are scheduled on February 7-8, 1992. 

The next item for discussion was the State Swim Meet and Site. The 
1991-92 meet is scheduled on February 21 & 22. 1992 in the Lancaster 
Aquatic Center at the University of Kentucky. It was decided that the time 
schedule for the meet stay pretty much the same. The preliminary heats 
will consist of three heats of eight swimmers in all swimming events. The 
finals will consist of 6 swimmers in the consolation heat, and 6 swimmers 
in the championship heat. 

A discussion was held on the possibility of increasing the number of 
qualifiers to the State Meet from 24 to 32. A sub-committee was formed to 
consider this suggestion as well as the re-alignment and possible 
expansion of the regions. Another item to be considered is a proposal to 
require schools to participate in two high school meets before they are 
eligible for regional competition. Sub-committee members include Ron 
Prieskorn, Dale Baggett, Karen Vanover, and Jerry Mohr. The sub- 
committee will study these items and report back to the committee at the 
1992 meeting. 

The State Meet Combined Awards have been underwritten by a 
corporate sponsor in the past. Committee members will check in their 
areas for a new sponsor for these awards. Should a sponsor be 
unavailable, these awards will be dropped. The regular team awards 
sponsored by the K.H.S.A.A. will not be affected. 

The next item on the agenda included a discussion of the National' 
Federation Honor Roll. Each member received a (opy of the tut of( 
standards for consideration on the honor roll. 

The committee then discussed the National Federation Rule Changes 
for the 1991-92 school year. The committee reviewed the Backstroke Turn 
Video and a discussion was held regarding the interpretatiim of this rule 
change. The video helps clarify what is legal and illegal about the mm 
The video is available to member schools on a checkout basis from the 
K.H.S.A A. office. 

Tim Cahill gave a brief report on N.I.S.C.A. and the impact this 
organization has had on the national level. Also, it was mentioned that 
the Olympic trials will be held in Indianapolis March 1-6, 1992. 

Miscellaneous items intluded the policy of regional managers, 
mailing their regional entries into the K.H.S.A.A. office, by the entry 
deadline set for all of the participating schools. Also, each region will be 
responsible for providing at least one diving judge for the state meet 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. 

1991-92 Swimming and Diving 
Rule Interpretations 

SITUATION #1: Before a championship meet, an official notices that 

the water depth is less than 3'6". The meet was delayed until the pool was 

filled to the proper water depth. 

RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: Water depth shall be a minimum of 3'6". (2-2-2) 

SITUATION #2: The pool depth is 4'6" and the starting platforms are 

30" above the surfact of the water. 

RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: In pools with water depth less than 4' at the starting end, 

the platforms shall not exceed 18" above the surface of the water. (2-7-2) 

SITUATION #3: A swimmer appears at the starting block with an 

advertisement for a local business all across her cap. The referee orders 

the cap to be removed or reversed. 

RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: Competitors shall not be permitted to compete in attire 

which includes advertising or a partial/whole manufacturers logo or 

trademark more than 1 1/2" high and 1 1/2" wide. (3-3-1) 

SITUATION #4: In a dual meet in a 25m pool the starter announces 

event number 8 as the 400 m freestyle. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. 

COMMENT: Change to 500 yd/m freestyle. (5-I-Ih) 

SITUATION #5: In a dual meet both coaches verbally agree to shorten 



the warmup time prior to the 100 yard butterfly to 5 minutes. 
RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: Coaches are permitted to verbally agree to shorten the 
warmup time prior to the 100 yard butterfly. (5-l-2b) 
SITUATION #6: A competitor in a dual meet swims in both the medley 
and the 200 freestyle relay, and two individual events. He is also entered 
as an exhibition swimmer in the breaststroke to achieve a qualifying 
time. 

RULING: Illegal. 

COMMENT: The swimmer would not be allowed to swim in a fifth 
event. An exhibition swim in counted as one of the four allowed entries. 
(3-2-la) 

SITUATION #7: Host Team As pool has a depth of 3'8", I foot in front 
of the starting end wall. They have ordered 18" staring blocks that have 
not yet arrived. Their 30" starting blocks are still in place. The referee 
orders the competitors to start from the deck beside the blocks. 
RULING: Correct procedure. 

COMMENT: In pools with water depth less than 4' and starting 
platforms do not specifications, the swimmer must start from the deck or 
in the water or the meet will not be conducted. (2-7-2 Pen) 
SITUATION #8: A swimmer in the 500 yard freestyle swims 200 yards of 
the race, swallows water and gets out of the pool to recover. After 
recovering the swimmer reenters the pool and completes the race. 
RULING: Illegal. 

COMMENT: 1 he swimmer may not reenter the water. (3-5-5) 
SITUATION #9; A swimmer shoulders pass beyond the vertical on the 
backstroke finish as he touches the wall. 
RULING: Illegal. 

COMMENT: Swimmer may only pass beyond the vertical plane on the 
turns. 8-2-lb 

SITUATION #10: A backstroker takes a final arm pull into the turn, 
turns the shoulders past the vertical plane toward the stomach: (a) 
continues kii king while executing the turn: (b) floats kicks closer to the 
wall before executing the turn. 
RULING: (A) Legal; (B) Illegal. 

COMMENT: Once a backstroker turns the shoulders past the vertical 
toward the stomach, all movement must be part of a continuous turning 
action. (8-2-le) 

SITUATION #11: A backstroker fails to touch the end wall with some 
part of the body while executing an otherwise legal turn; so after turning, 
the swimmer reaches or sculls back to touch the wall. 
RULING: Legal, provided the swimmer remains on the back (i.e., the 
shoulders do not go beyond the vertical). (8-2-1) 

SITUATION #12: A breaststroke or butterfly contestant turns m such a 
manner that the body is on the back when the feet leave the wall: but, 
prior lo the first arm pull or leg kick, the body returns to the breast down 
with the sliouklers in the horizontal plane, 
RULIN(;: Illegal. 

COMMENT: On breaststroke and butterfly turns, the shoulders shall be 
at or past the vertical toward the breast when the feet leave the wall. 
(8-2-2) 

SITUATION #13: An individual medley swimmer uses a legal "no- 
hand-touch" backstroke turn in going from the backstroke leg to the 
breaststroke leg. 
RULING: Legal. 

COMMENT: A swimmer may use any legal turn associated with each 
quarter of the race. (8-2-6) 

SITLIATION #14: The second, third and fourth members of a relay may 
use the mo\ iiig step start. 
RULING: l.csal. 

COMMENT: On the takeoff, the second, third and fourth swimmers on a 
relay team shall use the legal forward start, but may be in motion before 
ihe previous swimmer finishes. The swimmers shall remain in contact 
with the front of the starting platform pool deck until the previous 
swimmer has Mnished Howexer, moving from the back of the starting 
platloiiTi loilichdiii IS pt] Minted pnu ided the swiminer is on the starting 
platloim .mcl (iois noi uiui.iie ihe .k lion from the pool deck. (8-3-5) 
SITl'ATION #15: Iiiac hampionslup meet in diving, the referee draws a 
new diving order following the semi-finals, and prior to the final round 
of dives. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. 

COMMENT: In championship meets, the diving order shall initially be 
drawn by lot. The same relative position of divers shall maintain 
thereafter for all levels of competition. (9-2-2) 

SITUATION #16: In a dual swim meet the referee announces that all 
diving score sheets are to be submitted by 5:00 p.m. Team A submits all 
three diving sheets at 4:55 without the coaches signature on them. The 
referee does not accept them, and tells the coach to sign each one and 
submit them bv 5:00 p.m. 
RULING: Legal. 

COMMENT: Each sheet should be checked for both the competitor's and 
coaches' signature as they are submitted, to alleviate disqualifications 
later on. (9-3-3c) 

SITUATION #17: A diver executes a forward somersault but only uses a 
two step approach. Each judge deducts two points from their own score 
which is reflected on their scorecard. 
RULING: Incorrect procedure. 

COMMENT: The diving referee authorizes a two point deduction by 
each judge for a violation of the forward approach. The announcer reads 
the scores and verbally deducts two points from each of the judges scores. 
If a six IS awarded by a judge, the announcer will read four, and the score 
will record the score as read on the scoresheet. (9-8-la) 



^ATHLETE/November 1991 



November 1991 



SUNDAY 


MONDAY 

i 


TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 




1 

Deadline for 
Schools to Enter 
Winter Sports 


2 

SAT Test Date 




Regional XC h 
Meets 1 








1 District SO Tournament | 








1 Regional VB Tournaments | 








3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 

KHSADA ExCm- 
Louisville 


9 

1:00pm WR Clinic 
- Conner 


IState XC Meet i 




1 FB Play-Offs Round One | 


1 State VB Tournament | 






1 


Regional SO Tournament 


\ 












10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 

Isl BK(Non FB)Conlest 


16 


1 FB Play-Offs Round Two | 




1 State SO Tournament 1 1 






1 KASSP Radisson-Hurstbourne, 


Louisville 1 








1 s» 


ctional SO Tournament | 








17 


18 


19 

7:00pm WR Clinic 
- Ky. School f/t 
Blind 


20 


21 


22 


23 


1 FB Play-Offs Round Three \ \ 






24 


25 


26 


27 


28 

Thanksgiving 


29 


30 


1 FB Play-Offs Semi-Finals | 



I ATHLETE/November 1991 



Athletic Directors Converge in Orlando 



More than 2,000 athletic administrators, spouses and exhibitors are expected December 14-18 in Orlando, Florida, when the National 
Federation hosts its 22nd annual National Conference of High School Directors of Athletics at the beautiful Marriott's Orlando World 
Center Resort. 

NIAAA Annual Meeting 

In conjunction with the National Conference, the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association will be holding its 
15th annual meeting. The NIAAA will hold several pre-conference meetings and events December 13-15. Heading the list of 
pre-conference activities will be the fourth annual CAA certification examination, which is scheduled for 9:45 a.m. Sunday, December 

15. 

Program Highlights 

The National Federation will offer another outstanding cast of feature speakers, along with a large variety of timely workshop topics, 
for this 22nd conference. 

Richard Flint, who has risen through the ranks of professional speakers to become one of North America's most sought-after program 
personalities, will deliver the keynote address, "Give Them A Chance." It is Flint's belief that "the major struggles that go with us to 
work each day are not there because of a lack of technical knowledge, but because of the human struggles that we carry with us." These 
are the areas that Flint focuses on to the point you will feel he has been living under your bed. 

In his presentation, Flint will examine the role of the high school athletic program. Is it for coaches to build their egos? Is it for the 
team to win the conference championship at any cost? Is it for the student to learn the value of life through learning to win and lose? Is 
the answer "yes" to all of these? 

In this information-packed, energy-filled program, Flint addresses the concepts of "responsibility" and "accountability." "Give Them 
A Chance" is a walk through one's personal commitment. It is an examination of one's personal ethic. It's a return to what is needed, 
rather than an examination of what we want. 

Ann Chadwell Humphries, president of ETICON, will be the featured speaker at the Second General Session. Audiences respond to 
her personable, yet direct presentation style as she is able to break complicated etiquette concepts into practical, realistic "how-to's" that 
audiences easily understand and want to apply. 

In her presentation, "Cross Training: Etiquette for Athletes," she will offer insight regarding preparation for life in the public eye. 
What are the costs to an athletic director when athletes do not represent themselves or the school well in public? What is it worth to 
attract positive attention to the program through the behavior of players off the field? What are the. costs if you don't? How can an 
athletic director build the concepts of ethics, integrity and sportsmanship in student-athletes through everyday actions? Can winning 
continue ivhile expecting sterling behavior of players off the field? 

Danny White, this year's conference luncheon speaker, just recently completed 1 3 years as quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys. During 
his career as a starting quarterback. White's record was 67-35, including 41-11 at Texas Stadium. 

Although he has retired from football, life is just beginning for White. He has many varied business interests including president of 
White Companies. He is a partner in White Insurance Enterprises, Inc. and chairman of Quarterback, Inc. , a newly formed fraternity of 
active and inactive NFL quarterbacks with its credo: To allow the combined reputation and influence of its membership to have a 
positive impact on people and situations that affect attitudes of youth. 

Tuesday morning's program also will offer conference attendees a choice of two concurrent seminars. 

Dr. Bowen F. White, a medical doctor in Kansas City, will be the speaker at the Stress Seminar. His presentation, "Using Stress To 
Power Peak Performance," is sure to be most informative. According to Dr. Bowen, stress can be seen as an obstacle to be avoided or a 
challenge to be met. What we do with our energy will reflect the perceptual bias of the individual. The truth is, the only way we can reach 
peak performance is to be confronted with a task that stimulates us to do so. How can we do that without making ourselves sick at the 
same time? 

Dr. Robert O. Voy will be the presenter for the Performance Enhancing Drug Seminar. Dr. Voy, author of Drugs, Sport and Politics, 
provides an inside perspective on drug use in sport that simply cannot be equaled. As the former chielf medical officer for the U.S. 
Olympic Committee, Voy has tracked this crisis from the junior high and high school levels, up through the ranks of Olympians and 
world class professional athletes. 

Voy's discussion on subjects such as Anabolic Androgenic Steriods, Growth Hormone, Cocaine, other stimulants, as well as drug 
control and testing is compelling and alarming. The prevalence and impact of drugs on sport is distressing; Voy's message cannot be 
ignored. 

James Lessig, former commissioner of the Sun Belt and Mid-American Conferences, will be the featured speaker for the Third General 
Session at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday morning. He has a wealth of experience serving as a high school teacher/coach, collegiate basketball 
coach, and professional basketball coach with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He just finished an outstanchng term as commissioner of the Sun 
Belt Conference. 

Lessig's presentation, "What Price Victory," addresses how everyone involved in organized athletics talks about the values and sense of 
integrity that can be gained by young people through participation in athletics at all levels, but are we as administrators, coaches and 
teachers really practicing what we preach? Unfortunately, the answer to that, in many cases, is a resounding "No." We need to examine 
the reasons why words like "value, integrity and ethics" are, in many cases, only given lip service. Is it too late to change our direction? 

Other Program Highlights 

In addition to the presentation of National Federation Citations to six outstanding athletic administrators, banquet attendees will be 
treated to a special performance of "Up With People," featuring contemporary, popular and international songs and dances, as well as 
special interaction with the audience. Any football fan has certainly seen these young people during a halftime performance of the Super 
Bowl. 

Once again, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is planning a complimentary breakfast and program for conference attendees that 
will feature an inspirational message to conclude the conference. 



aATHLETE/November 1991 



Athletic Directors . . . continued 



Change in Program Format 

The Athletic Directors Advisory Committee recommended a change from the traditional conference program format to allow 
attendees to take advantage of the many attractions in Orlando. Thefirst workshop session will now begin at 1 p.m. Sunday, December 
15, followed by the NIAAA sectional meetings, which are open to all NIAAA members. The traditional Opening General Session and 
keynote address will be held at 7:30 p.m., followed by the Marriott-sponsored opening night exhibit hall reception, held in the exhibit 
hall. 

Monday's time schedule has been changed drastically, with the afternoon and evening following the conference luncheon free of any 
program time. This will allow attendees to visit the many attractions in Orlando. The National Federation has put together a special 
afternoon and evening at Sea World as an optional activity on Monday. 

The program of workshops and mini-sessions will total 27 different topics during the three workshop sessions, with each session 
featuring several choices of topics, plus five mini-sessions scheduled during the third workshop period on Tuesday. These breakout 
sessions are designed to meet the individual needs of attendees who are looking for information in a variety of different areas. 

Workshop Topics 

The first workshop session on Sunday afternoon is packed with some outstanding topics such as "Handling & Resolving Conflicts," 
"All Sports Booster Club," "Supporting the Academic Mission of our Schools," "Equity and High School Athletics," "What You Need to 
Know About Caring For Your Athletic Fields," "Leadership Roles in the 90's," "Fund Raismg - THE WINNERS PROGRAM," 'The 
Latest Video Technology: Editing k Chalkboard" and a "Hands On Golf Clinic," 

The second session on Monday morning includes such topics as "Development Programs for Walk On Coaches," "Administrative 
Training Plan for Athletic/Activity Directors," "Eligibility Tracking Systems," "NIAAA Certification Program Update." "The Athletic 
Director and Time Management," "Selection, Direction and Evaluation of Athletic Personnel," "Improving Community 
Sportsmanship" and "Managing, Marketing & Promoting the Athletic Program." 

The third and final workshop session will be held on Tuesday afternoon and includes presentations on "Recognition Programs for 
the Academic Achievements of Athletes," "The Athletic Director's Role Regarding Turf Management," "Middle School Athletics: 
Interscholastic vs. Intramurals" and "What About Corporate Sponsorships." In addition, those who choose to select the mini-sessions 
will have their choice of any two of the following. "New NIAAA Fundraising Guidelines," "Conducting Effective Staff Meetings," 
"Conducting Events on a Shoestring," "Youth Sports & Their Effect" and "Lotteries and High School Sports." 

College Credit to be Available to Conference Attendees 

The Florida Host Committee has arranged for attendees to have the opportunity to earn three hours of college credit through Rollins 
College. Tuition is only $100. An informational brochure, including pre-registration form, will be included in the conference 
registration materials mailed to all NIAAA members and recent conference attendees. 

Hotel Room Reservations 

All conference activities will be held in the Marriott's Orlando World Center. The National Federation has blocked 1 ,400 rooms at the 
Marriott, and an additional 200 rooms at the Hyatt Orlando, approximately five miles from the Marriott. Special rates of $79 single or 
double occupancy at the Marriott and $67 single or double at the Hyatt Orlando have been set for three days prior through three days 
following the conference. For those wishing to put three or more adults per room, there is a $20 per night charge at the Marriott. 
Marriott's Executive Level is available to conference attendees at the reduced rate of $109 per night. 

Please Note: 

All room reservation requests must be made on the special conference room reservation form, available from the National Federation. 
This form must be returned to the National Federation, along with a conference registration form and fees. The room reservation form 
must include either a separate check for the first night's deposit made payable to Marriott's Orlando World Center, or a credit card 
guarantee for each reservation requested. 

It is important that names of all room occupants are included on the room reservation form. The National Federation will record the 
room reservation before forwarding it to the Marriott's Orlando World Center. A reservation confirmation will be sent by the Marriott. It 
is important to know that room reservations cannot be made by phone or without first registering for the conference. In case of 
cancellation, the deposit will be refunded if the hotel is notified at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled arrival. 

Conference Registration 

Conference registration forms, hotel room reservation cards and the optional tour brcKhure will be sent to all NIAAA members and all 
athletic administrators who have attended one or more of these National Conferences during the past five years. Anyone not included in 
that group may secure registration forms, room reservation cards and exhibit information by writing the National Federation, P.O. Box 
20626, Kansas City, Missouri 64195-0626, or by calling 816/464-5400 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (central time) Monday through 
Friday. 

Conference Activity Fee 

The conference activity fee has been set at $110 for 1991-92 NIAAA members, and $120 for non-members who register prior to 
November 14. After November 14, the registration fee for all attendees is $140, and registrations will be accepted only on a space- 
available basis. No registrations will be accepted after November 20. The conference activity fee includes all meal functions. 

The spKjuse/guest registration fees if $25 and includes all conference activities, with the exception of the Monday luncheon and 
Tuesday banquet. Extra tickets for the luncheon aie $16 and $33 for the banquet. The spouse registration fee also includes the Sunday 
evening exhibit hall reception, a full breakfast and program on Monday morning, and FCA share time on Tuesday morning. 

Refund Policy 

A refund of advance payment, minus a $25 cancellation fee, will be made to any registrant who must cancel, provided notice of 
cancellation has been received by the National Federation no later than Thursday, December 12. 




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lATHLETE/November 199^ ^ -11 

Participation at 5.3 Million in High School Activities 

An increase of 4 1 ,820 participants in high school athletic programs in 1990-91 pushed the total of 5,298,67 1 to its highest figure in 1 1 
years, according to the annual sports participation survey conducted by the National Federation. 

The National Federation has compiled the survey since 1971 based on figures from the 51 state high school athletic/activity 
associations that are members of the National Federation. 

The 1 990-91 sports participation total of 5,298,67 1 is composed of 3,406,355 boys and 1 ,892,3 1 6 girls. Boys participation was up 8, 163 
and girls participation increased 33,657 to attain the overall increase of 41,820. 

With the exception of a slight decrease from 1987-88 to 1988-89, participation has risen slightly each year since the 1984-85 year. The 
1984-85 totals stopped a six-year downward spiral in which participation dropped five years. 

Participation in high school athletic programs hit an all-time high of 6,450,482 in 1977-78, which was the height of high enrollments 
in high schools nationwide resulting from the "baby boom" generation of the late 1950s and early 1960s. 

This year's figure of 5,298,671 is the highest since 1980-81 when there were 5,356,913 participants in high school athletic programs. 

Soccer continued its climb in the boys and girls listings. Soccer gained the most participants among boys sports (7,603) and moved to 
within 2,300 of fifth-place wrestling, which lost 3,183 participants in 1990-91. Wrestling is fifth with 230,673 participants, followed by 
soccer at 228,380. 

Baseball strengthened its hold on the No. 3 spot with an additional 5,434 participants in 1990-91. Other top 10 boys sports that 
registered increases in participation last year were tennis (4,31 1) and golf (2,905). 

Although it lost 6,334 participants in 1990-91, football remains the No. 1 boys sport with 941,423, followed by basketball (515,644), 
baseball (419,015), outdoor track and field (401,350). wrestling (230,673), soccer (228,380), cross country (155,375), tennis (141,250), golf 
(125,903) and swimming/diving (82,925). 

Fast-pitch softball gained the most participants (14,424) among girls sports and remains No. 4 overall. Other girls sports registering 
large increases in participation were outdoor track and field (11,953), soccer (10,01 1) and volleyball (7,122). 

Basketball remains the most popular girls sport with 387,802 participants, followed by outdoor track and field (320,763). The 
remainder of the top 10 is unchanged in order from a year ago: volleyball (300,810), fast-pitch softball (219,464), tennis (132,607), soccer 
(121,722), cross country (106,514), swimming/divmg (88,122). field hockey (48,384) and golf (41,410). 

While the number of participants in high school athletic programs reached its highest total in 1 1 years, school sponsorship of certain 
sports declined slightly. 

One explanation of these contrasting figures is that some schools have combined sports teams and formed cooperative programs. This 
solution to rising costs ensures that, while schools may reduce or cut programs, high school athletes still have the opportunity to 
compete in varsity athletics. 

Soccer also was the leader among boys sports in increases in school sponsorship with an additional 224 schools. 

The only other top 10 boys sports to register increases in school sponsorship were cross country (108), golf (61 ) and swimming/diving 
(14). 

Seven of the top 10 girls sports showed increases in school sponsorship, led by soccer (362), cross country (198) and fast-pitch softball 
(179). 

The 1990-91 sportsparticipationsurvey includes one new listing- total number of participants by state. Texas ranked No. 1 in 1990-91 
with 515,415 participants, followed in the top 10 by California (424,577), New York (291,591), Ohio (282,.337), Illinois (253,676), 
Michigan (238,565), Pennsylvania (211,768), New Jersey (187,356), Iowa (150,224) and Wisconsin (142,884). 

The 1990-91 survey will be printed in the 1991-92 National Federation Handbook, which will be available soon from the National 
Federation. 11724 Plaza Cncle, P.O. Box 20626. Kansas City, Missouri 64195-0626. 




TEN MOST POPULAR BOYS SPORTS 



Schools 

1. Basketball 

2. Track & Field (Outdoor) 

3. Football 

4. Baseball 

5. Cross Country 

6. Golf 

7. Tennis 

8. Wrestling 

9. Soccer 

10. Swimming & Diving 



Participants 



1 . Football 

2. Basketball 

3. Baseball 

4. Track and Field (Outdoor) 

5. Wrestling 

6. Soccer 

7. Cross Country 

8. Tennis 

9. Golf 

10. Swimming & Orving 



16,462 
13.905 
13.870 
13,608 
10.419 
9,834 
8,910 
8.404 
6,785 
4,320 



941,423 
517.644 
419.015 
401.350 
230,673 
228,380 
155,375 
141,250 
125.903 
82.925 



TEN MOST POPULAR GIRLS SPORTS 



Scliools 

Basketball 

Track & Field (Outdoor) 

Volleyball 

Cross Country 

Softball (Fast Pilch) 

Tennis 

Soccer 

Swimming & Diving 

Golf 

Softball (Slow Pitch) 



Participants 



1. Basketball 

2. Track 8, Field (Outdoor) 

3. Volleyball 

4. Softball (Fast Pitch) 
5 Tennis 

6. Soccer 

7. Cross Country 

8. Swimming & Diving 

9. Field Hockey 
10. Goll 



15.864 



3.751 
2.017 
9,470 
8,867 
8,580 
4,490 
4,295 
4,119 
1,871 



387,802 
320.763 
300.810 
219.464 
132.607 
121.722 
106,514 
88,122 
48,384 
41,410 



SPORTS PARTICIPATION SURVEY TOTALS 



Boy Participants 



Girl Participants 



1971 


3,666,917 


1971 


294.015 


1972-73 


3,770,621 


1972-73 


817,073 


1973-74 


4,070,125 


1973-74 


1,300,169 


1975-76 


4,109,021 


1975-76 


1,645,039 


1977-78 


4,367,442 


1977-78 


2,083,040 


1978-79 


3,709,512 


1978-79 


1,854,400 


1979-80 


3,517,829 


1979-80 


1,750,264 


1980-81 


3,503,124 


1980-81 


1.853,789 


1981-82 


3,409,081 


1981-82 


1,810,671 


1982-83 


3,355,558 


1982-83 


1,779,972 


1983-84 


3.303,599 


1983-84 


1,747,346 


1984-85 


3.354.284 


1984-85 


1,757,884 


1985-86 


3,344.275 


1985-86 


1,807,121 


1986-87 


3.364.082 


1986-87 


1.836,356 


1987-88 


3,425,777 


1987-88 


1.849.684 


1988-89 


3,416,844 


1988-89 


1,839,352 


1989-90 


3,398,192 


1989-90 


1,858.659 


1990-91 


3.406,355 


1990-91 


1,892.316 



12- I ATHLETE/November 1991 



Listing of School Numbers for Data Entry 



1 Adair County 

2 Allen Central 

3 Allen County-Scottsville 

4 Anderson County 

5 Apollo 

6 Assumption 

7 Atherton 

8 Augusta 

9 Ballard 

10 Ballard Memorial 

11 Barbourville 

12 Bardstown 

13 Barren County 

14 Bath County 

15 Beechwood 

16 Belfry 

17 Bell County 

18 Bellevue 

19 Berea 

20 Beth Haven 

21 Bethlehem 

22 Betsy Layne 

23 Bishop Brossart 

24 Boone County 

25 Bourbon County 

26 Bowling Green 

27 Boyd County 

28 Boyle County 

29 Bracken County 

30 Breathitt County 

31 Breckinridge County 

33 Brown 

34 Bryan Station 

35 Buckhorn 

36 Bullitt Central 

37 Bullitt East 

38 Burgin 

39 Butler 

40 Butler County 

41 Caldwell County 

42 Calloway County 

43 Campbell County 

44 Campbellsville 

45 Carlisle County 

46 Carroll County 

47 Casey County 

48 Caverna 

49 Cawood 

50 Central 

305 Central Hardin 

52 Central Kentucky Christian 

53 Christian Academy-Louisville 

54 Christian County 

55 Clay County 

56 Clinton County 

57 Conner 

58 Corbin 

59 Cordia 

60 Covington Catholic 

61 Covington Latin 

62 Crittenden County 

63 Cumberland 

64 Cumberland County 

65 Danville 

66 Daviess County 

67 Dawson Springs 

68 Dayton 

69 DeSales 

70 Deming 

71 Dilce Combs 

72 Dixie Heights 
74 Doss 

76 DuPont Manual 

77 East Carter 

79 Eastern 

80 Edmonson County 



81 Elizabethtown 

82 Elkhorn City 

83 Elliott County 

84 Eminence 

85 Estill County 

86 Evangel Christian 

87 Evarts 

88 Fairdale 

89 Fairview 

90 Feds Creek 

91 Fern Creek 

92 Fleming County 

93 Fleming-Neon 

95 Fort Campbell 

96 Fort Knox 

97 Frankfort 

98 Franklin County 

99 Franklin-Simpson 

100 Frederick Fraize 

101 Fulton City 

102 Fulton County 

103 Gallatin County 

104 Garrard County 

105 George Rogers Clark 

106 Glasgow 

108 Grant County 

109 Graves County 

110 Grayson County 

111 Green County 

112 Greenup County 
304 Greenwood 

114 Hancock County 

115 Harlan 

116 Harrison County 

117 Harrodsburg 

118 Hart County 

119 Hazard 

120 Heath 

121 Henderson County 

122 Henry Clay 

123 Henry County 

124 Hickman County 

125 Highlands 

294 Highview Baptist 

126 Holmes 

127 Holy Cross (Covington) 

128 Holy Cross (Louisville) 

130 Holy Rosary 

131 Hopkinsville 

133 Iroquois 

134 Jackson City 

135 Jackson County 

136 Jeffersontown 

137 Jenkins 

138 Jessamine County 

139 Johns Creek 

140 Johnson Central 

141 June Buchanan 

142 Kentucky Country Day 

143 Kentucky School f/t Blind 

144 Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

145 Knott County Central 

146 Knox Central 

148 Lafayette 

147 Larue County 

149 Laurel County 

150 Lawrence County 

151 Lee County 

152 Leslie County 

153 Letcher 

154 Lewis County 

155 Lexington Catholic 
301 Lexington Christian 

156 Lincoln County 

157 Living Waters Christian 

158 Livingston Central 



159 Uoyd Memorial 

160 Logan County 

161 Lone Oak 

162 Louisville Collegiate 

163 Ludlow 

164 Lynn Camp 

165 Lyon County 

166 M.C. Napier 

168 Madison Central 
295 Madison Southern 

169 Madisonville-North Hopkins 

170 Magoffin County 

171 Male 

172 Marion County 

173 Marshall County 

174 Mason County 

175 Mayfield 

177 McCreary Central 

178 McDowell 

179 McLean County 

180 Meade County 

181 Menifee County 

182 Mercer County 

183 Mercy 

184 Metcalfe County 

185 Middlesboro 

186 Millard 

187 Millersburg Military Institute 

188 Model 

189 Monroe County 

190 Montgomery County 

191 Monticello 

192 Moore 

193 Morgan County 
303 Muhlenberg North 
297 Muhlenberg South 

196 Mullins 

197 Murray 

198 Nelson County 

199 Newport 

200 Newport Central Catholic 

201 Nicholas County 

202 Ninth & O Baptist 

203 North Bullitt 

204 North Hardin 

205 Notre Dame 

206 Ohio County 

207 Oldham County 

208 Oneida Baptist Institute 

209 Owen County 

210 Owensboro 

211 Owensboro Catholic 

212 Owsley County 

213 Paducah Tilghman 

214 Paintsville 

215 Paris 

216 Paul Blazer 

299 Paul Dunbar 

217 Pendleton County 

218 Phelps 

219 Pikeville 

220 Pineville 

221 Pleasure Ridge Park 

222 Portland Christian 

224 Powell County 

225 Presentation 

226 Prestonsburg 

227 Providence 

228 Pulaski County 

229 Raceland 

230 Red Bird 

231 Reidland 

232 Riverside Christian 

233 Rockcastle County 

300 Rose Hill Christian 

234 Rowan County 



235 Russell 

236 Russell County 

237 Russellville 

238 Sacred Heart 

239 Sayre 

240 Scott 

241 Scott County 

242 Seneca 

243 Shawnee 

244 Shelby County 
296 Shelby Valley 

245 Sheldon Clark 

246 Silver Grove 

247 Simon Kenton 

248 Somerset 

249 South Hopkins 
298 South Oldham 

250 Southern 

251 Southwest Christian 

252 Spencer County 

253 St. Camillus 

254 St. Francis 

255 St. Henry 

256 St. Mary 

257 St. Patrick 

259 St. Xavier 

260 Tates Creek 

261 Taylor County 

262 Todd County Central 

263 Tollesboro 

264 Trigg County 

265 Trimble County 

266 Trinity (Louisville) 

267 Trinity (Whitesville) 

268 Union County 

269 University Heights 

270 Valley 

271 Villa Madonna 

273 Waggener 

274 Walden 

275 Walton-Verona 

276 Warren Central 

277 Warren East 

278 Washington County 

279 Wayne County 

280 Webster County 

281 West Carter 

283 West Hopkins 

284 Western 

286 Western Hills 

287 Wheelwright 

288 Whitesburg 

289 Whitley County 

290 Williamsburg 

291 Williamstown 

292 Wolfe County 
302 Woodbridge 

293 Woodford County 



October 21, 1991 



sATHLETE/November 1991 -13 



Sportsmanship — 
A United Effort 



Whether the scene is the smallest high 
school in the United States or the World 
Series or Super Bowl, and whether you are 
a player, coach, official or spectator, sports- 
manship is the common denominator and 
No. 1 priority, even more important than 
winning and losing. 

Sportsmanship is so important that eight 
organizations responsible for athletics in the 
United States have banded together to pro- 
mote sportsmanship. 

The "Be A Sport" theme and logo were 
produced as a sign of unity among the eight 
organizations. The handshake on the logo 
symbolizes the spirit by which contests 
should be played at all levels of competition. 
For more information about the "Be A 
Sport" emphasis, including merchandise 
available for purchase, contact the National 
Federation, 11724 N.W. Plaza Circle, P.O. Box 
20626, Kansas City, MO 64195-0626. 

Join these eight groups this season; and 
whether you're a player, coach, official or 
spectator, remember to BE A SPORT. 

Following are quotes from the leaders of 
the eight members of the National Sports- 
manship Committee regarding the impor- 
tance of sportsmanship: 

Fay Vincent 
Commissioner 
Major League 
Baseball 

"Sportsmanship and 
athletic competition go 
hand in hand. While 
winning is important 
1 and surely preferable to 
the alternative, no vic- 
tory lasts very long. The next game or event 
comes along very quickly. Sportsmanship 
is enduring, like a fine memory. It lasts 
a lifetime. Sportsmanship, like a person's 
reputation, counts . . . win or lose." 

James R. Chasteen 

Executive Director 

National 

Association of 

Intercollegiate 

Athletics 

"The NAIA is glad to 
be a part of the effort to 
promote sportsmanship 
for amateur and profes- 
sional athletics. We see this partnership 
with other amateur and professional sports 
organizations as a collective approach that 
will improve sportsmanship in athletics. 
The NAIA fully endorses the concept of 
promoting sportsmanship at all levels of 
athletic competition and will continue to be 
a part of future National Sportsmanship 
Committee efforts." 







David J. Stern 
Commissioner 
National Basketball 
Association 

"In the NBA, sports- 
manship is demon- 
strated by the respect 
our players show to 
their teammates, oppo- 
nents and coaches, and 
by selfless play and teamwork. Not only can 
sportsmanship be found in professional 
basketball, but also in every sport and at 
every age. The NBA and its players support 
the National Federation of State High School 
Associations in promoting the 'Be A Sport' 
campaign to the many young athletes around 
the country. No matter how talented you are, 
you can always be a good sport." 

Richard D. Schultz 
Executive Director 
National Collegiate 
Athletic Association 

"The NCAA is proud 
to be a part of the 'Be 
A Sport' campaign and 
the National Sports- 
manship Committee. 1 
encourage athletes, 
coaches, admmistrators, officials and fans to 
promote the principles of fair play and 
sportsmanship to ensure that the athletics 
experience is rewarding for all involved. The 
NCAA is most concerned with the educa- 
tional experiences that NCAA student-ath- 
letes receive, and the 'Be A Sport' campaign 
promotes those elements, such as respect for 
opponents, adherence to rules and regula- 
tions, and appropriate crowd behavior that 
are essential to providing this experience. 1 
am encouraged that this organized effort will 
make athletics an even greater experience in 
the future." 

Brice Durbin 
Executive Director 
National Federation 
of State High School 
Associations 
"More than victories or 
state championships, 
learning to be a sport is 
the single most impor- 
tant value gained from 
participating in high school athletics. The 
National Federation has made sportsmanship 
its No. 1 priority because it believes the future 
of interscholastic athletics rests with an 
understanding and commitment to fair play, 
ethical behavior and integrity. The help of 
others in the school-college community and 
the professional leagues is invaluable because 
high school players, coaches and fans emulate 
the behavior of their peers at the college and 
professional levels. We are proud to be 
associated with the National Sportsmanship 
Committee and the 'Be A Sport' campaign." 






. ,^A|^^ ''^"l Tagliabue 

jP^^^lk Commissioner 
M. .— .. — ■ National Football 

IRly^* League 

■ ""' ^ "We encourage our 

players and teams to 
strive to be the best. A 
big part of that commit- 
ment is recognizing the 
importance of sportsmanship. To be the best, 
you have to be a good sport. What is sports- 
manship? It's just what the dictionary says: 
'a person who can take loss or defeat without 
complaint, or victory without gloating, and 
who treats his or her opponents with fairness, 
generosity and courtesy.' The NFL is pleased 
to be part of this effort to celebrate and pro- 
mote sportsmanship." 

John A. Ziegler, Jr. 
President 
National Hockey 
League 

"The greatest of the 
world's hockey players 
have something richly in 
common: their dedica- 
tion to the principle of 
excellence, their embodiment of the spirit of 
fair, tough, open competition. This is a 
definition of sportsmanship which 1 com- 
mend to all who would participate, and 
perhaps excel, in sport at any level. It 
describes the true test of athletic endeavor: 
to aspire, not just to win." 

George E. Killian 
Executive Director 
National Junior 
College Athletic 
Association 
"Sportsmanship is the 
most important factor 
to be gained from inter- 
collegiate competition. 
Sportsmanship and fair 
play are ideals that, once learned, can be used 
continuously in life. If the purpose of ath- 
letics and education is to prepare the young 
people of today to be successful in the future, 
integrity, fair play and ethical behavior pro- 
vide solid building blocks to achieve that suc- 
cess. It is important that the school-college 
community be united in our efforts to sup- 
port and promote all programs leading to 
that end. We are proud to be associated with 
the National Sportsmanship Committee and 
the 'Be A Sport' campaign." 




14- I ATHLETE/November 1991 

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teleconference on children's health issues. 
Sponsored by Dairy &: Food Niilrition 
Council, Kentucky Cooperative Extension 
Service, and Food and Drug Administration. 

WHEN: 

Thursday, November 7, 1991 

(Registration begins at 12:30 p.m.) 
1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time 

WHERE: 

1. .\dan C^oiuity: Columbia, First National 
Bank. 

2. Boone County: Burlington, Extension 
Office 

3. Bracken County: Brooksville, First 
Natl. Bank 

4. Breathitt County: I'K Robinson Sub- 
station, Quickstand. Community Room. 

5. Caldwell County: Princeton, UK 
Research 8c Education Center, Rm. lOOA, 

6. Calloway County: Murray, People's 
Bank of Murray. 

7. Carter County: Grayson, Commercial 
Bank - basement community room. 

8. Fayette County: Lexington (UK 
Campus). 

9. Fleming County: Flemingsburg. 
People's Bank Board Room. 

10. Fulton County: Fullon, City National 
Bank Training Room, 2nd Floor. 

11. Hardin County: Elizabethtown, 
Extension Office, 201 Peterson Drive. 

12. Jefferson County: Louisville, LIniversity 
of Louisville, Shelby Campus. 

13. Johnson County: Paintsville, Citizen's 
National Bank. 

14. Knox County: Barbourville. Union 
Natl. Bank & Trust. 

15. Madison County: Eastern Kentucky 
University, Perkins Building, Main 
Floor, 



16. McCracken County: Paducah Com- 
munity College. 

17. Meade County: Brandenburg, Extension 
Office. 

18. Nelson County: Bardstown, Farmers 
Bank & Trust. 

19. Pike County: Pikeville National Bank, 
Main Street. 

20. Todd County: Elkton, Extension Office. 

Possible additional sites include: Warren 
County. Contact your County Extension 
Agent Home Economics for details. 

TOPICS: 

Nutrition, physical activity, behavior modifi- 
cation, and medicine are the central focus of 
the program. Nationally recognized experts 
will discuss how children (6-12 years of age) 
are unique, changing health needs, and 
various factors influencing their health 
needs. Participants will gain practical infor- 
mation to develop innovative programming 
and services. 

SPEAKERS: 

William Dietz, M.D., Ph.D. 

Director for Clinical Nutrition 
Department of Pediatrics 
New England Medical Center 

Stephen Rice, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H. 

Division of Sports Medicine 
Dept. of Pediatrics & Orthopedics 
School of Medicine 
University of Washington 

Ronald Kleinmann, M.D. 

Pediatric GI & Nutrition Department 
Massachusetts General Hospital 
Boston, Massachusetts 
Chairman, Committee on Nutrition 
American Academy of Pediatrics 

Dr. Deborah McGriff 

Superintendent of Education 
Detroit, Michigan 



WHO SHOULD ATTEND: 

Those concerned about the health of children 
ages 6- 1 2 years. Including Home Economists, 
Dietitians Nutritionists, Curriculum 
Directors, Supervisors and Managers of 
School Food Service, Classroom Teachers, 
School Nurses, NET Coordinators, PTA, 
After School Program Coordinators and 
other Professionals interested in learning 
about Children's Health Issues. 

CONTINUING 
EDUCATION UNITS: 

Applied for American School Food Service 
Association Members. Registered Dieticians, 
Certified Home Economists, Day Care 
Providers, Dietary Managers and Nurses 
(applied nationally). 

FOR FURTHER 
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Dairy & Food Nutrition Council 
of the Southeast, Inc. 

3901 Atkinson Drive, Suite 115 

Louisville, KY 40218-4528 

1-800-336-2882 

Make checks payable to: University of 
Kentucky, Cooperative Extension Service. 
Must contact SUZANNE BADENHOP, 
Lexington for refunds. However, substitu- 
tions are permissable. Must preregister, space 
limited. Assume acceptance, unless 
contacted. 

$15.00 for registration fee includes nutritious 
snack and teleconference materials. 

Please return promptly to: 

DR. SUZANNE B. BADENHOP 

Assistant Director for Home Economics 

Rm. 206, Scovell Hall 

University of Kentucky 

Lexington, KY 40546-0064 



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16- 5 ATHLETE/November 1991 



Association Appendix 



Photo Tips 

Schools are reminded as the seasons in all sports get 
underway, to make arrangements for team photos. Tourna- 
ment managers and many opponents and news outlets will 
request photos. We offer these tips for good team photos: 

1) A good photo makes a good half tone. The printer 
cannot make a clear image out of a fuzzy, out-of-focus photo; 

2) A good photo of your team shows school pride and 
encourages pride among your schools' patrons; 

3) A good photo shows all of the faces, and ideally, the 
jersey /imiform number if applicable. A mom or dad wants to 
see their child's g rinnin g face in the program after traveling 
to that post season tottmament; 

4) A good photo of large teams can be achieved by thinking 
vertically, not horizontally. Add more rows instead of 
making two or three long rows. This will enable the photog- 
rapher to come in for a closer shot of your group. The closer 
the shot, the clearer the faces; 

5) A good photo is accompanied by prof>er identification. 
Type the group members' names so there will be no doubt as 
to spelling. It is disappointing to students and parents to have 
their name misspelled or omitted from the tournament 
program; 

6) A good photo is planned for well in advance to allow for 
a retake; 

7) Lastly, a good photo arrives to the tournament manager 
and the KHSAA before the deadline date. 

Missed Deadlines 

November 1, was a day of deadlines, did you get your 
information in on time? 

*Last day we accept football ticket requests. 

*Last day we accept "Sweet 16" priority seating requests. 

*Due date for basketball district rotation plans. 

Recent Mailings to Schools 

•Swimming and Diving Rule Books 

•Wrestling Rule Books 

* Delegate Assembly Ballots 

If you did not receive any of these mailings, please contact us. 



1991 Football Open Dates 

as of October 28, 1991 
November 1 

Anderson County 

Bowling Green 

Lexington Catholic — , 

Whitley County 

1992 Football Open Dates 

as of October 28. 1991 
September 18 or 19 

Ben Davis High School, IndianapoUs, Indiana 
Size: Compare to Kentucky 4 A school 
Contact: Bob Britt, A.D. (317)244-5852 

September 25 

Oak Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Size: Compare to Kentucky 4 A school 

Contact: Sonny Tudor, A.D. 

October 2 

Portsmouth, Portsmouth Ohio 
Contact: John Little 

October 23 

Massac High School, Metropolis, Illinois 

Size: Compare to Kentucky lA school 
Contact: Steve Woodward, A.D. 






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January 


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ATHLETE 





75 Year ^of Service to Kentucky's High Schools"\ 

KHSAA 



SALUTES 

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OF BASKETBALL 



A season like this comes along once in 100 years. 

The Basketball Centennial is a celebration of the 

spirit and tradition unique to the game of basketball. 

KHSAA 

is excited to share in the 100th Anniversary 

celebration, and proud to be part of this 

historic 1991-92 season! 




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^ATHLETE/December 1991 



FALL SPORTS 
UPDATE 

by BrigidL. DeVries 

The 1991 High School fall sports 
season is off to a great start. Golf, 
Volleyball, Cross Country and Soccer 
Championships have been completed 
and the football playoffs are well 
under way. 




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Elizabethtown Country Club hosted 
the girls state Golf Tournament where 

Madisonville-North Hopkins claimed team honors for the second year in 
a row, beginning what could be a western Kentucky golf dynasty. 
AinKe Cantrell of Johnson Central took top individual honors. Franklin 
County also repeated as boys team champion this year at Lincoln Trail 
Country Club in Vine Grove. Pat Vadden of St. Xavier took top boys 
honor as the individual winner. 

Seneca High School was host to one of the most exciting and well 
attended State Volleyball Tournaments ever. Quarter-final action had 
Mercy Academy edging Assumption in a three game match that was the 
longest in State Volleyball history at two hours and ten minutes. 
Semi-final action paired Louisville rivals Mercy and Holy Cross against 
each other in a lengthy match, with Mercy prevailing. Notre Dame 
Academy defeated host Seneca for a spot in the finals. Notre Dame 
picked their playing level up a notch in the final match against Mercy, to 
become the State Volleyball State Champion for the seventh time. 

State Soccer action placed Henry Clay against Covington Catholic in the 
state semi-finals at Woodford County. It was Henry Clay over 
Covington Catholic in a game that ended 2-1. Male defeated Marshall 
County S-2 in the second game of the semis. The fmal game was an 
even matchup with Henry Clay over Male 2-1 winning its first State 
Soccer Title. 

Cross Country participants enjoyed running on a new course at the 
Horse Park this year. The Class A girl's title was won by Trigg County, 
while the boy's title was won by Bishop Brossart. Notre Dame captured 
the girl's AA championship after dropping down a class from AAA 
where they won the title in 1990. The Class AA boy's winner was 
Elizabethtown High School, their first boy's Cross Country team 
championship ever. Pulaski County girls won their fourth team 
championship in AAA, and Louisville Trinity made it 13 state titles in 
the boys division. 

The new football playoff system is under way with some upsets in round 
one adding excitement to the playoff picture. There were four number 
four seeds upsetting number one seeds in the first round. This always 
makes for an interesting playoff when the underdog prevails. 

The Fall Sports season will come to a close at Cardinal Stadium 
December 6 & 7, 1991 as we look forward to the State Football 
Playoffs. Winter sports begin soon, and we all anticipate more exciting 
High School Sports action around the State. 




DECEMBER, 1991 



VOLUME Lin, NO. 4 



SUBSCMPTION RATE . . .$10.00 



Published monthly, except July and August by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, S60 E. Cooper Dr., 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at RichnKind, KY. Acceptance for mailing at 
special rate of postage provided for in Secl|ion 1 103. Act of Oct 3, 1917, 
authorized May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 



Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3S79 to: KHSAA, 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 



Edttor: Billy V. Wise 
Associate: Aaae Wesley Mays 
AsdsUat: Larry Boucher 
AsxlstaBt: Louis Stoat 



Associate: Jeff Rogers 
Asslataat: Brtgid DeVries 
AsslsUat: JuUaa Tackett 



2 - i ATHLETE/December 1991 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 
OCTOBER 12, 1991 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky on Saturday, October 12, 1991. The 
meeting was called to order by President Alvis 
Johnson at 1 :00 p.m. with all Board members 
present Others present were Commissioner 
Billy Wise, Assistant Conunissioners Brigid L. 
DeVries, Louis Stout and Larry Boucher, 
Business Manager Julian Tackett and Sports 
Information Director Jeff Rogers. The 
Invocation was given by Roland Williams. 

Sandy Allen made a motion, seconded by 
Roland Williams, that the minutes of the July 
26, 1991, meeting of the Board be approved 
after the following correction: "Following a 
discussion of By-Law S. Sec. 4. Ray Story . . 
.". Ray Story moved to amend the minutes as 
corrected and the motion passed. Eddie Saylor 
made a motion to approve the minutes of the 
Building Committee Meeting on September 9. 
Ray Story seconded the motion which passed. 

Jack Portwood made a motion, seconded by 
Stan Steidel, that all bills of the Association for 
the period beginning July 1, and ending 
September 30, 1991, be accepted. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Asst. Commissioner DeVries reported the 
results of the Track & Field Survey: 
Giris Triple Jump - Failed 78-73, 3200m 
Relay - B & G - Passed 94-60. Roland 
Williams made a motion that the 3200m relay 
be adopted for the 1991-92 season. Ray Story 
seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the Due Process 
Procedure submitted to the Board from the 
State Department of Educations, Marvin 
Moore made a motion that the procedure be 
adopted. Sandy Allen seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Following the hearings of all appeals, the 
following actions were taken by the Board: 

Sbauna Tuner, Berea High School - 

Voted to waive By-Law 6, Sec. 1; 
Harold Lamb, Leilngton CathoUc H.S. - 
Voted to waive By-Law 6, Sec. 1 ; 
Richard Shaw, Trinity H.S. - 
Voted to uphold By-Law 6, Sec. 1; 
Anjou Gob, Model H.S. ■ 
Voted to uphold By-Law 6, Sec. 2. 
ADdy Macdoiald, HopMnsvUle H.S. - 
Voted to waive By-Law 4; 
Briaa Lyklas, P.L. Dunbar H.S. - 
Voted to uphold By-Law 4; 
Matthew Aadersoa, St Xavler H.S. - 
Voted to waive By-Law 6, Sec. 1. 
Richard Smith, MagofflB Couaty H.S. - 
Voted to waive By-Law 6, Sec. I; 
Steve Beatley, Woodbrldge Academy - 
Voted to uphold By-Law 3, Age; 



President Johnson then called on Ray Story, 
Football Committee Chairman for the 
committee's report The following procedure 
was recommended for the 1991 football 
playoffs: 

1 ) Draw for the order of the class 

2) Top of the bracket will be the home team 
on the scoreboard and the host site 

3) Net profit or loss shall be shared by the 
competing schools. 

Ray Story moved to accept the Football 
Committee's Report and Jack Portwood 
seconded the motion which passed. 

The following are the results of the draws: 



CIiSiA- 




Region 1 at 


Region 3 


Region 4 at 


Region 2 


OiiiAA- 




Region 3 at 


Region 2 


Region 4 at 


Region 1 


Class AAA - 




Region 2 at 


Region 1 


Region 4 at 


Region 3 


CI»S5 AAAA 




Region 1 at 


Region 3 


Region 2 at 


Region 4 



President Johnson then called on Philip Lewis, 
attorney for the Leslie County Board of 
Education who had requested a hearing 
regarding the 54th Basketball District 
Tournament Rotation. Following presentations 
by various school representatives of the 54th 
District, Mr. Johnson informed the 
representatives that they had until November 1, 
1991 to submit a rotation plan to the Board or 
one would be set for them at its December 
meeting. 

President Johnson then introduced Mr. Mark 
Haertzen, a representative of the ONE MILLION 
DOLLAR KENTUCKY SHOOTOUT, who 
requested to appear before the Board to outline 
a proposal for Board consideration. Following 
his presentation and conunents and questions, 
the Board postponed a decision on the 
S//OOrOt/r until Sunday. 

The next item on the Agenda was an appeal by 
Officials Kenny Clark and Gary Riffe. These 
officials had been suspended for the remainder 
of the year by their Assigning Secretary for their 
failure to accept a football officiating 
assignment Following a lengthy discussion by 
the Board members, comments by Bobby 
Crager and Assistant Commissioner Boucher, 
Frank Cardwell made a motion to uphold the 
Assigning Secretary recommendation which is 
suspension for the remainder of the year. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion. The 
motion passed by a vote of 10-1. 



A recess was called at 7:00 p.m. until Sunday, 
October 13 at 9:00 a.nL. 



President Johnson reconvened the Board of 
Control meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, 
October 13, 1991, with all Board members 
present except Sandy Allen, Gene Brooks and 
Jack Portwood. 

The first item of discussion was the ONE 
MILUON DOLLAR KENTUCKY SHOOTOUT. 
Following comments and concerns regarding 
the proposal, Ray Story made a motion to 
participate in the SHOOTOUT. The motion 
was seconded by Roland Williams. The 
motion failed by a vote of 5-3. 

Following a discussion of reimbursable travel 
and per diem expenses, the Board voted 8-1 to 
adopt that section of the Board of Control 
Handbook under "Reimbursement of Board & 
Staff Members". Claudia Hicks made a 
motion to adopt the entire Board of Control 
Handbook as written. Stan Steidel seconded 
the motion which passed by a vote of 8 in 
favor of the motion and one abstension. 

Roland Williams made a motion to authorize 
Comnussioner Wise to issue 1150 
complimentary tickets each for the boys and 
giris state basketball tournaments. Harry 
Jansing seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

As a result of a survey mailed to all officials, 
Asst Comm. Boucher discussed the 
elimination of mailing the ATHLETE to the 
officials, but replacing it with a Newsletter 
geared toward officials. Following a 
discussion of said topic and due to the fact that 
the registration form states that officials will 
receive the ATHLETE for the 1991-92 year, 
Stan Steidel made a motion that effective for 
1992-93, the K.H.S.A.A. no longer mail the 
ATHLETE to officials on an automatic basis, 
but replace it with an officials' newsletter. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

A discussion ensued regarding the trophies 
and awards that the K.H.S.A.A. now purchases 
for all tournaments. Frank Cardwell made a 
motion that the schools, beginning with the 
1991-92 winter sports season, purchase all 
trophies for the district, regional and sectional 
toumaments except cross country, golf, 
swimming, tennis and track. Claudia Hicks 
seconded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

Louis Stout reported that the Association has 
received approximately S65,0O0. in brick sales 
to help finance the K.H.S.A.A. Hall of FanK 
Museum. 



Continued on next page 



MINUTES coHtiHued 



I ATHLETE/December 1991 



Due to the absence of Eail Cox, Comm. Wise 
and Bus. Mgi. Tackett gave a status report on 
coiporate sponsors. The Association is in the 
process of securing several qmnsorships for 
1992. Mr. Tackett also gave a status report on 
the Hall of Fame Basketball Contests. 

Anne W. Mays, Off. Mgr., reported that 
$242,732. in ticket sales has been received 
through this date for the Boys State Basketball 
ToumamenL Advanced ticket sales for the 
Girls State Basketball Tournament has netted 
S17,560. Both figures are ahead of last year's 
receipts for the same time period. 

President Johnson gave the Executive 
Conunittee's Report- The committee 
recommends that the following retirement 
benefit be paid as follows: 30% of unused sick 
leave days. Compensation shall be the daily 
rate of pay being received at the time of 
retirement, based upon 260 work days per 
year. Marvin Moore made a motion that the 
above be adopted. Ray Story seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

The 1990-91 Audit and the 1991-92 Budget 
were then discussed. Following a discussion 
of the sale of the present headquarters, Frank 
Cardwell made a motion, seconded by Marvin 
Moore, that the K.H.S.A.A., through iU 
attorney, apply for a zoning change at 560 E. 
Cooper Drive and put the K.H.S.A.A. office 
building up for sale. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Marvin Moore was called on for the Basketball 
Committee's Report No action was taken on 
the following items that were discussed: 
'conducting the girls state basketball 
tournament first each year; 
*redistricting in the 13th & 14th districts; 
'rotation plan for the 54th district basketball 
tournament; 

'assignment of officials for the district and 
regional tournaments. 

The last item will be discussed and a decision 
made at the December meeting. 



Following a ditcutdon of the Contract 
for Hall of Fame Basketball Contests, 
Frank Cardwell made a motion, 
seconded by Eddie Saylor that 1(c) be 
changed to read: That in accordance 
with K.H.S.A.A. rules, one school may 
sign the contract with the Association. 
that this contest shall be dassied as a 
Hall of Fame game and payment of 
SISO. made to the Association on or 
before January 1, 1992. In the event 
the school plays an out-of-state school, 
the payment shall be $300. The 
motion passed unanimously. 



Frank Cardwell, Vice Chairman of the All- 
Sports Committee, then gave their committee's 
report The committee recommends that the 
K.H.S.A.A. survey the schools to determine 
interest in giris soccer and in which season 
they would prefer to play. Following a 
discussion of this item, Claudia Hicks moved 
to approve the committee's recommendation. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 6-3. 

Ray Story, Chairman of the Football 
Committee advised the Board that a request 
has been received from Lexington Catholic 
H.S. to be moved to another region. This item 
along with a request from Eminence H.S. 
regarding a change in their classification will 
be discussed at the December and January 
meetings respectively. 

Following a discussion of several proposals to 
increase member schools dues, Ray Story 
made a motion that dues be calculated in the 
following manner S2507school plusS50V 
sport, and that Comm. Wise discuss the 
proposal at the Principal's meeting for 
feedback. Stan Steidel seconded the motion 
which passed by a vote of 7-2. 



Frank Cardwell made a motion to purchase 
seats as per the sample for the new auditorium 
at a cost of S28,000. Stan Steidel seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Conmi. Wise gave a report of the Regional 
Meetings that were conducted during the 
month of September. Asst Comm. Boucher 
discussed the possibility of increasing 
officials' fees for the 1992-93 year. 

Following further discussion of the suspension 
of Kenny Clark and Gary Rifife, Stan Steidel 
made a motion to rescind the eariier action of 
the Board, suspend the officials for two (2) 
games— which they have served—and reinstate 
them as of October 14, 1991. Roland Williams 
seconded the motion which passed by a vote 
of 7 in favor of the motion. Claudia Hicks and 
Marvin Moore voted against the motion. 

Comm. Wise read a letter from Ath. Dir. 
Wayne Wilson, Middlesboro High School 
requesting that two athletes who violated 
By-Law 20 by participating in a post season 
game on April 8, 1991, be reinstated and 
allowed to participate during the 1991-92 
school year. Eddie Saylor moved to approve 
the request seconded by Stan Steidel. The 
motion passed unanimously. 



The next meeting of the Board will be held on 
Decembers, 1991 at 1 :00 p.m. at the 
Executive Inn in Louisville for the purpose of 
hearing appeals. The regular meeting will be 
on December 6, 199 1 , at 8 :00 a.m. 

Committee meetings will be held on Thursday 
evening. Mr. Wise informed the Board that 
they have been invited to meet with the Stale 
Board on November 6. 

Marvin Moore made a motion that Tom Mills' 
resignation as Building Consultant be 
accepted. Stan Steidel seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, the October 
1991 meeting of the Board stood adjourned. 




K.H.S.A.A. 

THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




i ATHLETE/December 1991 




The following article is reprinted /rom the November 
1991 issue of "On TARGET," a prevention publication 
designed to help schools educate students about tobacco, 
alcohol and other drugs. 



We at On Target continue to receive positive responses to 
the What Do You Think? column and invite your 
school's participation. 

This month's topic: Advertising and promotion of 
alcohol and tobacco products. 

The average American child will see an estimated 75,000 
drinking scenes on television before turning 1 8 years old, 
according to the National Coalition on Television 
Violence. United State Senator Strom Thurmond said, 
"Alcohol advertising is the single greatest source of 
alcohol education for Americans and rarely does it 
encourage them to consider the consequences of 
drinking." 

The Center for Science in the Public Interest, in a survey 
of 1 80 youth in Maryland, foxmd that most young people 
could name more alcohoUc beverages than they could 
U.S. Presidents. 

One 10-year-old girl could name only four Presidents, but 
could name 15 alcoholic products. An 1 1 -year-old boy 
spelled correctly Matilda Bay, King Cobra and Bud Light 
while his best spelling of Presidents' names were 
"Nickson" and "Roselvet." 

"Anybody who thinks that two-and-one-half billion 
dollars a year in the advertising and promotion of 
cigarettes doesn't contribute to the smoking rates among 
our children and adolescents simply hasn't given much 
thought to the matter," said Lloyd D. Jonston, Ph.D. 
Dr. Johnston is the principal investigator of the annual 
survey of drug use among high school seniors conducted 
by the University of Michigan for the National Institute 
on Drug Abuse. 

However, the Tobacco Institute denies the suggestion that 
advertising plays a part in habit formation. Representa- 
tives of the tobacco industry claim there is no link 
between advertisements and getting people to smoke. 



The National Commission on Drug-Free Schools, in a 
September, 1990, report recommended that, by 1992, an 
independent agency be required to examine whether 
advertising practices still target youth and glamorize 
alcohol and tobacco use. ' 'If such promoticmal tactics 
continue. Congress should consider enacting a ban on 
advertising and promotion of either or both of these 
products," the report stated. 

The commission also noted that voluntary advertising 
codes that limit the youth-oriented images that can be 
used in alcohol and tobacco advertisements are not being 
followed. The alcohol and tobacco industries often target 
imderage drinkers and smokers by using highly attractive 
and persuasive advertising and promotion techniques. 

In December, 1988, the U.S. Surgecm General's Work- 
shop on Drunk Driving recommended the elimination of 
alcohol advertising, promotion and sponsorship of pubUc 
events (e.g., musical concerts, athletic contests) where the 
majority of the anticipated audience is under the legal 
drinking age. 

We invite your students' comments on regulations of 
advertising and promotion of tobacco and alcohol 
products. Ways to address the topic might include: 
*Class discussion 

*Have students keep a log of television, radio, 
newspaper or magazine advertising of alcohol or 
tobacco products. 

— Are the products glamorized ch" linked to 
material success or physical and sexual 
attractiveness? 
~ Count the number of times alcohol is 
ccmsumed on a television program or film (for 
example, Dick Tracy, rated PG-13, shows 27 
drinking scenes). 
*Write to alcohol or tobacco company officials 
and ask them to give their "side of the story." 

Send your students' responses to TARGET, P.O. Box 
20626, Kansas City, Missouri 64195-0626. 



i ATHLETE/ December 1991 - 5 



1991-92 National Federation 
Wrestling Rules Interpretations 




SITUATION #1: 

During a wrestling match Wrestler A asks for a 
timeout and indicates to the referee that his 
asthma is bothering him and, in order to 
continue the match, he needs to take some 
medication. What does the referee do in this 
situation? 

RULING: The lules state that the use of 
medication during a match, including timeout, 
in order to relieve a pre-existing condition, is 
not allowed and, if medication is taken, it shall 
result in the default of the match. The referee 
can inform the wrestler of this alternative and, 
if the wrestler is unable to continue, the match 
will be over and his opponent will have won 
by default 

COMMENTS: Anytime a wrestler requests 
timeout the official need to stop the match and 
find out what the problem is. (4-2-3) 

SITUATION #2: 

The wrestlers go back to the center of the mat 
for a restart and they are in the down position. 
Wrestler A is on the bottom and the referee 
indicates to Wrestler B to assume his position, 
he assumes the optional starting position. 
What is the procedure for the referee? 
RULING: Wrestler B has assumed an 
incorrect starting position because he did not 
notify the referee of his intentions to use the 
optional start This is a technical violation and 
the first two times it occurs we have a caution 
and, following the two cautions, there is a one- 
point penalty for each violation. (5-1-7) 

SITUATION #3: 

Wrestler A has Wrestler B on his back at the 
edge of the mat in a pinning situation. 
Wrestler B's shoulders are out-of-bounds and 
the upper part of Wrestler B's scapula is also 
out-of-bounds. Is it possible to earn near fall 
points in this situation? 
RULING: The mles state that it is a near fall 
when the offensive wrestler has control of his 
opponent in a pinning situation and any part of 
both shoulders or both scapula of the 
defensive wrestler are held for two seconds 
within four inches of the mat or less or when 
one shoulder or scapula of the defensive 
wrestler is touching the mat and the other is at 
an angle of 4S or less. If the near fall criteria is 
noet for the two seconds, near fall points will 
be scored. 

SITUATION #4: 

The match concludes and the scoreboard 
shows Wrestler A-6 and Wrestler B-5. 
Wrestler B is upset about his loss and 
immediately following the the end-of-match 
procedure, leaves the wrestling mat and goes 
to the dressing room. The coach of Wrestler B 
goes to the scoring table and indicates to the 
referee that an error has been made and the 
final score of the match should be Wrestler B- 
7 and Wrestler 1-6. Is this a correctable enroi? 



RULING: Errors by the timekeeper, scorer or 
referee must be corrected prior to the offended 
contestant leaving the mat area if additional 
wrestling is necessary. In this situation no 
additional wrestling is necessary and, as long 
as the offended contestant or his coach remain 
in the mat area, the correction can be made. (6- 
6-4A) 

SITUATION #5: 

Wrestler A applies the guillotine with a 
headlock to Wrestler B and then turns Wrestler 
B to his back. 

RULING: This is an illegal headlock as it is 
not permissible to lock around the head 
without an arm in the guillotine until near fall 
criteria has been met In this situation the 
headlock is applied prior to turning his 
opponent and is therefore illegal. (7-l-5c) 

SITUATION #6: 

During the referee's visit to the dressing room 
he notices one contestant wearing a properiy 
cut one-piece uniform with biking shorts 
underneath it extending almost to the knees. Is 
this a legal uniform? 

RULING: Biking shorts are not considered 
as a suitable undergarment to be worn under a 
one-piece wrestling uniform. If a contestant 
wishes to wear biking shorts he must wear 
them so they are totally covered by the 
uniform. 

COMMENTS: A properiy cut one-piece 
uniform must have at least a four-inch inseam 
at the legs and shall not extend below the 
knees. Anything that extends below knees 
length would come under the full-length tight 
definition and would have to have the stirrup 
around the foot (4-1-1) 

SITUATION #7: 

A contestant reports to the mat and has a 
greasy substance on his body. What is the 
correct procedure for the referee to follow? 
RULING: Any contestant reporting to the 
mat with a greasy substance on his body shall 
be disqualified from competition if the 
substance is not removed within a two minute 
period. This time linut does not count minute 
period. This time limit does not count against 
the injury time. (8-1-1) 

SITUATION #8: 

Wrestler A is attempting a reversal from 
Wrestler B and, in order to prevent that 
reversal. Wrestler B applies a figure four body 
scissor. What is the correct procedure for the 
referee to follow? 

RULING: The figure four body scissor 
applied by Wrestler B is a technical violation, 
but when this is applied as your opponent is 
attempting a reversal or escape, we treat this as 
a delayed call similar to locked hands. By 



delaying the call the defensive wrestler is 
allowed the opportunity to complete his escape 
or reversal and earn those points as well as the 
point for the technical violation. (8-1-2) 

SITUATION #9: 

During the semi-finals of a tournament 
Wrestler A is behind by a score of 7-4 and, as 
the contestants go out-of-bounds. Wrestler A 
strikes Wrestler B and is guilty of flagrant 
misconduct. What is the procedure for the 
referee to follow? 

RULING: Wrestler A is disqualified for the 
duration of the tournament and shall receive 
no points for his team in the tournament. All 
advancement points, fall points and placement 
points are negated. Wrestler B would advance 
on to the finals and no one would go to the 
backside of the bracket. (8-1-6) 

SITUATION #10: 

At the conclusion of a tournament match the 
score is tied at 4-4. How do we determine the 
winner in high school wrestling? 
RULING: The match will immediately go 
into a two-minute overtime period with no rest 
between the regular match and the overtime. 
The wrestlers will start in the neutral position 
and the wrestler who scores the first point(s) 
will be declared the winner. If no winner is 
declared by the end of the two-minute period a 
30-second tiebreaker will be wrestled. The 
referee will flip a coin to determine the starting 
position for the tiebreaker and, again, the 
wrestler who scores the first point(s) during 
the tiebreaker will be declared the winner. If 
no scoring occurs then the offensive wrestler 
will be declared the winner. 
COMMENTS: If during the first two 
minutes of wrestling both wrestlers are 
charged with stalling and each receive one 
point, the match shall immediately go to the 
tiebreaker in order to determine the winner. 
The same would be true for any simultaneous 
points earned by both wrestlers. If, however, 
one wrestler was to receive two points and the 
other one point, the match would be over 
immediately. If a similar situation occurred 
during the tiebreaker and both wrestlers 
received the same number of points you would 
continue the tiebreaker so that a winner could 
be determined. (10-4) 

SITUA-nON*!!: 

Wrestler A applies a figure four overscissor 
on Wrestler B and Wrestler B's leg is bent and 
there is no pressure on the knee. Is this a legal 
or an illegal hold? 

RULING: Even with the knee bent, the 
figure four overscissor is illegal by application. 
If shall be stopped immediately so that injury 
will not result when the knee is straighten 
andpressure is applied. (7-1-5S 

Continued 0H Page 7 



6- ^ ATHLETE/ December 1991 



1991-92 National Federation 
Basketball Rules Interpretations 



PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS: 

Rules Book, page 68, Rule 3-5-5 Exp, last 
paragraph - change "1 x 1" inch to "1 1/2 x 1 
1/2" inch; Case Book, Play 33, delete 
"division line"; Play 4.8A, change "five 
personal" to "seven team" 

SITUATION #1: 

Al is fouled in the act of shooting and the 3- 
point try is unsuccessful. Erroneously the 
administering official states "two" instead of 
"three" free throws. Free thrower Al (a) 
misses both; or (b) makes both; or (c) misses 
the first and makes the second attempt Play 
continues but the error is discovered within the 
linut which allows correction. RULING: In all 
cases, Al is awarded the third free throw and 
play then continues from the point of 
interruption. The correction procedure is to 
simply award the merited free throw which 
had not already been attempted. (2-10-1) 

SITUATION #2: 

Al attempts to dunk but the ball bounces off 
the ring into the cylinder above it. A 1 is 
hanging on the ring. RULING: A 1 is 
permitted to grasp the basket to prevent injury, 
thus no technical foul is charged in either (a) 
or(b). However, A 1 does commit basket 
interference in both cases. No goal is scored 
and it's B's ball for a throw-in. (9-12-1; 10-3- 
6 Exp) 

SITUATION #3: 

Al controls an outlet pass and drives toward 
A's basket on a breakaway. Bl and B2 race to 
prevent A 1 's try and commit a multiple foul. 
The fouls are conuiiitted while A 1 is in the act 
of shooting and B 1 's contact is ruled 
intentional. RULING: A 1 is awarded two free 
throws whether or not in the act of shooting or 
whether or not the try is successful. When any 
part of a multiple foul is intentional, the 
offended team is also awarded the ball for a 
thtow-in. (10-6 Pen 6) 

SITUATION #4: 

A squad member of Team A is detected 
dunking about five minutes before the game 
and a squad member of B does the same thing 
about a minute later. RULING: The technical 
foul free throws will be attempted in the order 
in which the fouls were called. Team B shoots 
first followed by Team A. Team A will then 
be given the ball for a throw-in at the division 
line. When the thrower is handed the ball, the 
possession arrow will be set pointing toward 
Team B's basket (4-3c(2); 6-3-3; 7-5-7) 

SrrUATION #5: 

Regulation play ends with a tied score. Even 
though Team A has used all its allowed time- 
outs, Al requests a time-out before the 
overtime period begins. 



RULING: The time-out is granted and results 
in a technical foul. The additional time-out 
provided for an overtime period cannot be 
used until the overtime has actually started 
with the ball becoming alive. The overtime 
will begin with the technical foul free throws 
followed by division line throw-in by Team B. 
(5-11-1; 10-1-7) 

SITUATION #6: 

During the jump ball, both jumpers A 1 and B 1 
do not tap the ball until they have retumed to 
the floor. RULING: Legal. Al and Bl are 
still "jumpers" even though they are not in 
the air. However, if the tossed ball touches the 
floor without being tapped by at least one 
jumper, the referee shall toss it again. (6-4) 

SITUATION #7: 

Thrower Al rolls the ball to A2 from a throw- 
in outside the end line by B's basket Does the 
backcourt count start when the throw-in 
touches the floor inbounds? RULING: No it 
does not. There is no team or player control 
during a throw-in. Furthermore, a backcourt 
count does not start until a player of Team A 
gains control in A's backcourt. The location 
of the ball is not established for either team 
until a player has gained control of the throw- 
in inbounds in a team's frontcourt or 
backcourt. (4-12-l,6;9-8) 

SITUATION #8: 

Al is fouled in the act of shooting by Bl. 
A 1 's try lodges between the ring and the 
backboard. How is this situation adminis- 
tered? RULING: A 1 is awarded two free 
throws and play continues as per any similar 
free throw situation. Even though the ball 
lodged, alternating possession is not used as 
the ball is put in play with the free throws 
resulting from Bl's foul. Alternating 
possession would have been used in this 
situation if no foul had been conunitted. (6- 
l;6-3-3d) 

SrrUATION #9: 

Team A is awarded an alternating possession 
throw-in following a held ball near a sideline 
in A's frontcourt. Al lobs the throw-in pass 
toward A2 who is breaking to the basket The 
throw-in pass is too high and lodges between 
the ring and backboard. RULING: This is not 
a throw-in violation. To resume play, it is A's 
ball for an alternating possession throw-in 
fix>m the out-of-bounds spot nearest to where 
the ball was lodged. Since Al's throw-in did 
not end, Team A did not lose its opportunity to 
make an alternating possession throw-in. The 
arrow is not reversed until the throw-in ends. 
(4-36-3; 6-3-4; 9-2-2) 




SITUATION #10: 

Al is at the &ee throw line for the second of 
two attempts. After the ball is at Al's 
disposal, Bl conunits a lane violation. The 
administering official inadvertently sounds his 
or her whistle: (a) before Al starts the free 
throw motion; or (b) after the ball has been 
released; or (c) during Al 's motion but before 
release of the ball. RULING: Whether or not 
the whistle was sounded inadvertently it has 
the same result In (a) and (c) the ball 
becomes dead inunediately. In (b) the whistle 
does not cause the ball to become dead until 
the free throw ends. In all cases, a substitute 
throw is awarded if the free throw attempt by 
Al is unsuccessful. (4-19-3; 6-7-5 Exp 6) 

SITUATION #11: 

Following the free throws for a technical foul, 
Al makes a throw-in from out-of-bounds at 
the division line. The throw-in pass is 
deflected by: (a) A2; or (b) Bl, and it then 
goesdirectly through A's basket RULING: 
Score two points for Team A in both (a) and 
(b). The throw-in ended when the ball was 
touched by an inbounds player and the live 
ball subsequently passed through the basket 
The fact it was not a try for goal does not 
affect the scoring of two points. (4-36-4; 5- 
1.2) 

SITUATION #12: 

Al is dribbling in A's fixintcourt when the ball 
strikes his or her shoe and bounces away. 
During the interrupted dribble: (a) Al 
accidentally steps on the sideline: or (b) Bl 
stays within six feet of Al; or (c) the ball rolls 
into A's backcourt; or (d)Al foulsBl. 
RULING: It is an out-of-bounds violation in 
(a) but no closely guarded count in (b). In (c) 
if A 1 or a teammate is first to touch the ball it 
will be a violation. In (d) it is a player control 
foul by Al. (4-18-6; 9-3 Ques; 9-9; 9-11-3) 

SITUATION #13: 

Al and Bl dive for a loose ball and hit heads 
causing them to fall to the court The game is 
stopped and both coaches are beckoned onto 
the court Neither player is actually injured 
and both coaches inform the officials that the 
players will remain in the game. RULING: 
Each team is charged with a time-out The 
time-outs will run consecutively and whatever 
part of a time-out has not already been used is 
available for normal time-out privileges. (5-9 
Expl) 



Continued om Page 7 



Basketball 

Rule Interpretations 



continued 



SITUATIQW #14: 

A6 who has been disqualified subsequently 
teports to the scorer. The scorer fails to detect 
that A6 is no longer eligible to play. The 
official beckons A6 to enter. RULING: A6 
will not "participate" until the ball becomes 
alive. Ifdetected prior to the ball becoming 
alive, A6 would be directed to the bench and 
no penalty imposed unless the official judged 
it was a deliberate attempt to circumvent the 
rules. Ifdetected after the ball becomes alive, 
it is an automatic flagrant technical foul. (10- 
3-2 Pen) 

SITUATION #IS: 

Al is at the line for a iree throw. As a normal 
part of preparing to shoot and with no attempt 
to deceive Team B. Al : (a) leans forward and 
touches the ball to the floor inside the free 
throw line and Al then straightens up and 
shoots; or (b) fumbles the ball into the lane. 
RULING: There has been no violation in 
either (a) or (b). In (b) the official should 
sound his or her whistle to prevent any 
violations as the free thrower or other players 
attempt to recover the loose ball. (9-1) 

SITUATION #16: 

The Team A coach is charged with a technical 
foul. In error, the two free throws are 
attempted at A's basket The error is detected 
immediately after the second free throw 
attempt RULING: If either &ee throw attempt 
was unsuccessful, it is cancelled. The firee 
throws will be attempted at the proper basket 
Any player(s) or incoming substitute(s) may 
attempt these two free throws. Play will 
resume from the point of interruption. (2-10- 
4; 8-3) 

SITUATION #17: 

Al's second free throw for a technical foul 
comes to rest on the metal plate between the 
ring and the backboard. After waiting a few 
seconds, the administering official sounds the 
whistle causing the ball to become dead and 
rules a jump ball. RULING: the official has 
erred. Following the last free throw for a 
technical foul. Team A is entitled to a division 
line throw-in. A method existed by rule to put 
the ball in play without alternating possession. 
If this happened on the first of two throws, Al 
would still attempt the second throw. (7-5-7) 

SITUATION #18: 

Al is fouled intentionally by VI with the score 
tied and only few seconds left to go in the 
game. The coach has Al come near the bench 
to get instructions. Meanwhile, the administer- 
ing official has waited for Al and finally 
charges Al with a technical foul for delay. 
RULING: Even though Al has been charged 
with a technical foul, he or she does not lose 
the opportunity to attempt the two merited fi<ee 



throws for the intentional foul. Following 
Al's second free throw, the technical foul free 
throws will be administered. Team B will 
have a throw-in at the division line following 
the second free throw. (7-5-9; 10-3-8) 

SITUATION #19: 

Bl attempts to steal the ball from stationary 
Al who is holding the ball. Bl misses the ball 
and falls to the floor. In dribbling away, Al 
contacts B 1 's leg, loses control of the ball and 
also falls to the floor. RULING: No infraction 
has occurred and play continues. Unless Bl 
made an effort to trip or block A 1, he or she is 
entitled to a position on the court even if it is 
lying on the floor after falling down. (4-7-1, 
2) 

SITUATION #20: 

Al is unable to attempt either of the two free 
throws awarded to him or her because Al was 
injured during the play. A6 enters, replaces 
Al and attempts the first free throw. A7 
reports and enters to replace A6. RULING: 
A7 must return to the bench and A6 remains in 
the game to attempt the second free throw. 
Since A6 replaced Al, A6 must shoot the free 
throws unless A6 is injured or disqualified in 
this case before attempting the second free 
throw. If this situation involved technical foul 
free throws A7 would be allowed to enter and 
attempt the second free throw. (8-2) 



Wrestling 

Rule Interpretations 

continued 

SITUATION #12: 

Are there any exceptions to the rule that the 
referee shall stop the match when indicating an 
infraction? 

RULING: There are exceptions when the 
referee does not stop the match when 
indicating an infraction. They are when 
waning or penalizing the defensive wrestler 
for stalling, penalizing the defensive wrestler 
in a pinning situation and in penalizing the 
offensive wrestler for locked hands, grasping 
of clothing or the application of a figure four 
body scissor while the defensive wrestler is 
attempting an escape or reversal. (8-1-2) 

SITUATION #13: 
In tournament competition where there is 
more than one referee is it permissible for an 
official that is not officiating a match to 
request to the home management that they 
remove a spectator because of his 



3 ATHLETE/ December 1991 ^ - 7 

inappropriate actions? 
RULING: The rule states that when a 
spectator acts in an unsportsmanlike manner 
he may be removed fiom the premises. This 
removal is to be done by the home manage- 
ment upon request by the referee. In 
tournament competition any referee would 
have this authority. (7-S-6) 



SITUATION #14: 

With the wrestlers in a neutral position 
Wrestler A initiates a bear hug on Wrestler B 
and takes him directly to the mat on his 
shoulders. The referee begins the near fall 
count with Wrestler A still in the bear hug and, 
immediately after the count of 2, Wrestler B is 
able to tum slightly with one shoulder on the 
mat and the other at about a 75 angle and the 
referee stops the count Do we have a 
violation after reaction time for Wrestler A to 
release the locked hands that he had when he 
brought Wrestler B to the mat or can the 
locked hands continue until the near fall 
situation is concluded? 
RULING: There is no violation in this 
situation and the locked hands can remain until 
the situation concludes. (7-3-4) 

SITUATION #15: 

Wrestler A is in the advantage position and 
locks his hands as Wrestler B is attempting a 
reversal. The referee indicates locked hands 
and, as Wrestler B continues his reversal, he 
ends up with an illegal head scissor on 
Wrestler A prior to completing the reversal. 
What is the correct procedure for the referee to 
follow and how many points are awarded the 
contestants? 

RULING: Wrestler B would receive one 
point for the locked hands by Wrestler A and 
Wrestler A would receive one point for the 
illegal hold by Wrestler B. The contestants 
would be restarted at the center of the mat with 
Wrestler A in the advantage position. (8-1-2) 

SITUATION #16: 

May a wrestler's knees or hips land on or 
beyond the out-of-bounds line and still gain a 
takedown or reversal as long as the toes 
remain on the mat in-bounds? 
RULING: If the scoring contestant has 
control of his opponent and his opponent lands 
out-of-bounds with only the feet of the scoring 
contestant inbounds then a takedown shall be 
scored. The correct call procedure would be: 
two points, takedown, out-of-bounds and then 
back to the center of the mat Depending upon 
the type of takedown, the knees of the 
offensive wrestler might be on the mat or it 
could be his hips. (5-2-1) 

SITUATION #17: 

Prior to control being established, if a knee 
touches out-of-bounds but the feet are still 
inbounds can a wrestler then move up to gain 
control and secure a two-point takedown? 
RULING: The out-of-bounds rule has not 
changed. If the feet are inbounds and the 
knees touch the mat out-of-bounds the 
wrestlers are out-of-bounds. You must have 
control at the time the out-of-bounds call is 
made. (5-2-1) 




December 1991 




SUNDAY 


MONDAY 


TUESDAY 


WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


FRIDAY 


SATURDAY 


1 

Deadline for 

Submitting Del. 

Assembly 

Proposals 
1st TR practice 


2 

National 

Federation Part 

II Exam - BK, 

WR 
KASSP - Hyatt 

Regency - 

Louisville 
1st FB school BK 

Contest 


3 

7:00pm TR Clinic - 
Paducah 
Tilghman HS 


4 

7:00pm TR Clinic - 
Owensboro 


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6 


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FB Class A. AA 
SUte 

Championship 
- Louisville 


FB Class AAA, 
AAAA State 
Championship 
- Louisville 


1st WR Contest 




1 BOC Meeting - Louisville 1 1 






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Natl Conf of HS k 

AD - Orlando | 




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1991-92 KHSAA Member Schools and 
Assignments to Districts and Regions for 
Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments 







REGION 1 






School 


City 


Principal 


Boys Coach 


Girls Coach 


District 1 










Carlisle County 


Bardwell, 42023 


Buriey Mathis 


Craynor Slone 


Richard Brazzell 


Fulton City 


Fulton, 42041 


Ward Bushart 


John Wyatt 


Deana Wyatt 


Fulton County 


Hickman, 42050 


Larry Gardner 


Sam Miller 


Bill Mattingly 


Hickman County 


Clinton, 42031 


Phillip Rudolph 


Henry Edwards 


Gerald Vaughn 


District 2 










Heath 


West Paducah, 42086 


Tom Lane 


Jinmiy Long 


Greg Webb 


Lone Oak 


Paducah, 42001 


Wallace Adams 


Roy McKamey 


Mike Clark 


Paducah Tilghman 


Paducah, 42003 


Florence Morton 


Steve Dreher 


Jan Godwin 


Reidland 


Paducah, 42003 


Tom Fusco 


Gary Cummingham 


Tony Burkeen 


Districts 










Ballard Memorial 


Bariow, 42024 


Sam Workman 


Roscoe Denny 


Connie Lamkin 


Graves County 


Mayfield, 42066 


Jerald Ellington 


Bob Hoggard 


David Elliott 


SLMary 


Paducah, 42003 


Michael Collins 


Ron Hayden 




District 4 










Calloway County 


Murray, 42071 


Jerry Ainley 


Ron Greene 


Peter O'Rourke 


Marshall County 


Benton, 42025 


Gene Brooks 


Kirk Chiles 


Howard Beth 


Mayfield 


Mayfield, 42066 


Joe David Smith 


Scott Schlosser 


L^nny Lancaster 


Murray 


Murray, 42071 


Bill Wells 

REGION 2 


Cary Miller 


Jinuny Harrell 


District 5 










Caldwell County 


Princeton, 42445 


John Hina 


Robin Scott 


Carrell Boyd 


Crittenden County 


Marion, 42064 


Robert Lee Steen 


Jon Lawson 


Joe McCord 


Livingston Central 


Smithland, 42081 


Jerry Wilson 


Mike Riley 


Stephanie Harmon 


Lyon County 


Eddyville, 42038 


Buddy L. Nichols 


James Powell 


Doug Phelps 


Trigg County 


Cadiz, 422 11 


Jim Edwards 


George Radford 


Mike Wright 


Districts 










Henderson County 


Henderson, 42420 


Howard Crittenden 


Curtis Turiey 


JeffHaUe 


Providence 


Providence, 42450 


Willis Simpson 


Randy Swan 


Peter Phelan 


Union County 


Morganfield, 42437 


Mike Thomas 


Dr. Doug Hines 


Gerald Tabor 


Webster County 


Dixon, 42409 


Lonnie Burgett 


Steve Gilliam 


Phil Gibson 


District? 










Dawson Springs 


Dawson Springs, 42408 Philip D. Back 


Kerry Stovall 




Madisonville-Notth Hopkins 


Madisonville, 42431 


James Stevens 


Don Parson 


Cindy Fitch 


South Hopkins 


Nortonville, 42442 


Lanny R. Woodward 


Danny Evans 


Cheryl Crews 


West Hopkins 


Nebo, 42441 


Gary Morgan 


Kerry Stovall 


Nancy Oldham 


Districts 










Christian County 


Hopkinsville, 42240 


Kay Lancaster 


Lyle Dunbai 


Lynn Colley 


Fort Campbell 


Fort Campbell, 42223 


Gary Stewart 


Micky Fisher 


Joel Voorhees 


Hopkinsville 


Hopkinsville, 42240 


Harold Wood 


Daryl Hallmark 


Marshall Jones 


University Heights 


Hopkinsville, 42240 


Marvin Denison 


Patrick Fields 





10- :s ATHLETE/December 1991 



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School 

District 9 

Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 

District 10 

Butler County 
Muhlenberg North 
Muhlenberg South 

District 11 

Breckinridge County 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
Trinity (Whitesville) 

District 12 

Grayson County 
McLean County 
Ohio County 



District 13 

Logan County 

Russellville 

Todd County Central 

District 14 

Bowling Green 
Franklin-Simpson 
Greenwood 
Warren Central 
Warren East 

District 15 

Allen County-Scottsville 
Barren County 
Edmonson County 
Glasgow 

District 16 

Clinton County 
Cumberland County 
Metcalfe County 
Monroe County 



District 17 

Central Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 

District 18 

Cavema 
Green County 
Hart County 
Larue County 



City 



Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42303 
Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42301 



Morgantown, 42261 
Greenville, 42345 
Greenville, 42345 



Hamed, 40144 
Cloveiport, 40111 
Lewisport, 42351 
Whitesville, 42378 



Leitchfield, 42754 
Calhoun, 42327 
Hartford, 42347 



Russellville, 42276 
Russellville, 42276 
Elkton, 42220 



Bowling Green, 42104 
Franklin, 42134 
Bowling Green, 42104 
Bowling Green, 42101 
Bowling Green, 42101 



Scottsville, 42164 
Glasgow, 42141 
Brownsville, 42210 
Glasgow, 42141 



Albany, 42602 
Burkesville, 42717 
Edmonton, 42129 
Tompkinsville, 42167 



Cecilia, 42724 
Elizabethtown, 42701 
Fort Knox, 40121 
Brandenburg, 40108 
Radcliff, 40160 



Horse Cave, 42749 
Greensburg, 42743 
Munfordville, 42765 
Hodgenville, 42748 



Region 3 

Principal 

Robert D. Combs 
Waymond Morris 
Bill Van Winlde 
Harold Staples 



Kenneth Reed 
Denny R. Vincent 
Jeny Oates 



Rob Cox 
Ed Belcher 
Robert E. Kerrick 
Dan Fuller 



Charles Crain 
Donald R, Hayes 
Walter Freeman 

Re gion 4 



Bob Birdwhistell 
Wallace Mason 
Art Douglas 



W.A. Franklin 
Frank Cardwell 
Peggy Cowles 
David D. Crowe 
Joe Watkins 



Rogers Powell 
Glenn Flanders 
Billy Clenunons 
Hany Rucker 



David Warinner 
Ronnie Skipworth 
Gary Rye 
Prentice Stanford 

Re gion 5 



Dale Campbell 
Phillip E. Owen 
Charles Meyer 
Vernon Wilson 
Kim Shaw 



Kenneth Henderson 
J. Norm Weaver 
Charles Wuertzer 
Phil Eason 



Boys Coach 

Chuck Broughton 
Ray Maggard 
Randy Embry 
Bruce Embry 



Jim Bob Green 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 



Dean Hobbs 
Mike Hensley 
John Tinsley 
Steve Winkler 



Bill Lee 
Don Irvine 
Brad Stanley 



Dick Webb 
Phil Todd 
Tim Millett 



Ernie Simpson 
Trish Kingston 
Larry Cheatham 
Bobby Cook 
Tortuny Compton 



David Miller 
Steve Riley 
Ricky Houchin 
Donnie Owens 



David McFarland 
Tim Bell 
Tim McMurtrey 
Don Skelton Jr 



Donnie Morris 
Gary French 
Kevin Nix 
Larry Miller 
Ron Bevais 



Mike Deaton 
Allen Feldhaus Jr. 
Ricky Line 
Tim Riley 



Girls Coach 

WaUs McClure 
Laura Lynn 
Warren Hurst 
Mike Reeves 



Christy Higdon 
Jim Milan 
Sammy Sparks 



JeffPatton 
Christina Sellers 
Brent Mathew 
Eugene Patsalides 



E.E. "Red" McGhee 
Andy Groves 
Mina Todd 



Mike Haynes 
Bob Matthews 
Jeny Hancock 



Steve (Lennie) Bruce 
Damon Tabor 
Todd Tolbert 
Vanous Lloyd 
Blane Embry 



David Young 
Bobby Steenbetgen 
Jimmy Russell 
Richard Howell 



Ronnie Guffey 
Glen Murphy 
Gary Richardson 
Bill McClendon 



Teny Buckles 
Jim Wallace 
Leon Blair 
Bob Pollock 
Bo O'Brien 



Phil Gowdy 
Tim Deaton 
Tommy Adams 
Peter DiStefano 



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School 

District 19 

BaidstowD 


City 


Principal 


Boys Coach 


Girls Coach 


Bardstown, 40004 


Jude Talbott 


Greg McQuerry 


Tom Williams 


Belhlehem 


Bardstown, 40004 


St. Margart WUlis 


BevHart 


Steve Hart 


Nelson County 


Bardstown, 4O004 


John K. Snider 


Minor Harmon 


Herbie Phelps 


Washington County 


Springfield, 40069 


WUIiam Hardin 


Whitey Simpson 


Bill Newton 


District 20 










Adair County 


Columbia, 42728 


George Critz 


Keith Young 


Kim Goodin 


Campbellsville 


Campbellsville, 42718 


Charies Vaughn 


Darrell Atwell 


Marion Hall 


Marion County 


Lebanon, 40033 


Bob Davenport 


Tim Davis 


Beveriy Roby 


Taylor County 


Campbellsville, 42718 


Donald Skaggs 

Region 6 


JeffGumm 


RoUin McQueary 


District 21 










Central 


Louisville, 40203 


Harold Fenderson 


Ralph Johnson 


Russ Thompson 


Portland Christian 


Louisville, 40212 


Donald W. Rucker 


Eugene Schreiner 




Presentation 


Louisville, 40203 








Shawnee 


Louisville, 40212 


Dr. John Huggins 


Stuart Wilson 


Eugene Johnson 


Southwest Christian 


Louisville, 40272 


Rosemary Hatcher 


Roger Burkman 


Jean Mundy 


District 22 










Butler 


Louisville, 40216 


Kenneth Frick 


Phil Mahin 


Stephanie Greathouse 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 


Louisville, 40216 


Frank Chumley 


Pete Tabb 


Rick Powell 


Pleasure Ridge Parte 


Louisville, 40258 


Charies Miller 


Dale Mabrey 


Charies Shipley 


Western 


Louisville, 40216 


Lucian Yates 


Bobby Jones 


Conne Armstrong 


District 23 










Beth Haven 


Valley Station, 40272 


Roland Brown 


Tim Murr 




Doss 


Louisville, 40214 


Gordon Milby 


Kevin Salyer 


Terri Keown 


Fairdale 


Fairdale, 40118 


Marilyn Hohmann 


Stan Hardin 


Betty Thorabeny 


Valley 


Louisville, 40272 


Terry W. Shinkle 


Fred Copass 


Bob Durham 


District 24 










De Sales 


Louisville, 40214 


Dave Winkler 


Mike Campbell 




Evangel Christian 


Louisville, 40219 


Roger Hoagland 


Greg Carter 


Cheryl Barker 


Holy Rosary 


Louisville, 40214 


Karen Juliano 




James Blandpoid 


Iroquois 


Louisville, 40215 


Dan Withers 


Ronald House 




Southern 


Louisville, 40219 


Steve SUllings 

Region 7 


Steve Kinney 


Bill Brown 


District 25 










Brown 


Louisville, 40202 


Lennie Hay 


George Walker 


Bill Azevedo 


DuPont Manual 


Louisville, 40208 


Beveriy Keepers 


Fred Holden 


Kenny Smith 


Louisville Collegiate 


Louisville, 40204 


Jay Selvig 


Mark Cunningham 


Wendy Martin 


Male 


Louisville, 40203 


R. Ted Boehm 


Maurice Payne 


Von Macklin 


Mercy 


Louisville, 40204 


Mary Boyce 




Leslie Scully 


Ninth & O Baptist 


Louisville, 40208 


Dan Stevens 


Paul Schuster 


Karen Sweazy 


St Francis 


Louisville, 40202 


Tom Pike, III 






St Xavier 


Louisville, 40217 


Edward Driscoll 


Joe Bergamini 




District 26 










Assumption 


Louisville, 40205 


Karen Russ 




Stasia Polston 


Atherton 


Louisville, 40205 


Janice Fish 


Champ Ligon 


Jerry Wilson 


Christian Academy-Louisville 


Louisville, 40207 


Rodman Tabb 


Jefflmlay 


Todd Layne 


Seneca 


Louisville, 40220 


John Locke 


Leonard Coulter 


Marshall Abstain 


Trinity (Louisville) 


Louisville, 40207 


Peter Haig 


David Abery 




District 27 










Fern Creek 


Louisville, 40291 


John Sizemore 




Jamie Waddel 


Highview Baptist 


Louisville, 40228 


Bill Maggard, Jr. 


Howard Lewis 




Jeffersontown 


Jeffersontown, 40299 


Harold RusseU 


Don Hottman 




Nfoore 


LouisvUle, 40228 


Warren Shelton 


Tommy Finnegan 




Walden 


Louisville, 40207 


Peter Mertz 


David Skaggs 





12 - I ATHLETE/December 1991 



School 

District 28 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 



City 

Louisville, 40222 
Louisville, 40243 
Louisville, 40241 
Louisville, 40206 
Louisville, 40207 



Principal 

Alexandra 'Sandy' Allen 
James Sexton 
Dennis Reichelderfer 
Sr Maureen Field 
Kathryn Hopper 



Boys Coach 

Scott Davenport 
Joe Rogers 



Girls Coach 

Wayne Walker 
Ernest Freeman 
Kevin Sullivan 
Donna Moir 
Bill Moore 



District 29 

Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 



Re gion 8 



Shepherdsville, 40165 Barbara Elliott 

Mount Washington, 40047 Ted Pearce 

Shepherdsville, 40165 C.T. Collins 

Taylorsville, 4007 1 Jim Huggins 



Bill Schott 
Bob Blackburn 
Gany Jervis 
Estil Griffis 



Bert Hensley 
Jerry Troutman 
Clyde Muncy 
Steve Slaughter 



District 30 

Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 



Lawrenceburg, 40342 
Eminence, 40019 
New Castle, 40050 
Shelbyville, 40066 



Lany K. Bamett 
Ken Gray 
Darrell Treece 
Walter Hawkins 



Glen Dtury 
Randy Mefford 
Donald Williams 
Ed Mason 



Bill Pickett 
Dewey Hensley 
Todd Gilley 
Jim Wright 



District 31 

Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
South Oldham 
Trimble County 



Carxollton, 41008 
Warsaw, 41095 
Buckner, 40010 
Crestwood, 40014 
Bedford, 40006 



William Cord 
Mike Stratton 
Blake Haselton 
Joe Mc Williams 
Dean Bowling 



Bobby Simpson 
Joe Beard 
Gary Forrest 
Randy Penner 
Jim Hurst 



Lonnie Jones 
Judy Klette 
Dave Weedman 
Jim Randall 
J.T. Peniston 



District 32 

Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Dry Ridge, 41035 
Owenton, 40359 
Georgetown, 40324 
Williamstown, 41097 



Gene Wynn 
Brady Link 
Bill Jones 
Joe Dan Gold 



C.R. Wenderoty 
Dominic Fucci 
Billy Reynolds 
Steve Simpson 



Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Wayne Atkins 
Edd Gabbert 



Re gion 9 



District 33 

Boone County 

Conner 

Lloyd Memorial 

Simon Kenton 

St Henry 

Walton-Verona 



Florence, 41042 
Hebron, 41048 
Etianger, 41018 
Independence, 41051 
Covington, 41018 
Walton, 41094 



William F. Baker 
Ralph Rollins 
William Steiden 
Michael Tolliver 
David Otte 
Bob Storer 



Jay Mulcahy 
David Taylor 
William Code 
Gene Kirchner 
Dan Trame 
Dan Sullivan 



Nell Fookes 
Tim Shields 
Dwight Levi 
Geny Scaring! 
Maureen Kaiser 
Layna Cheesman 



District 34 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Dixie Heights 

Holy Cross (Covington) 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna 



Covington, 41017 
Covington, 41011 
Covington, 41011 
Covington, 41017 
Covington, 41015 
Ludlow, 41016 
Covington, 41011 
Covington, 41017 



Gene Sell 

Steve McCafiferty 

Robert Larcher 

Margaret Morrissey 

Bill Goller 

Tom HoUoway 

Sister Mary Rita 

Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 



Rod Kirschner 
Dan Tieman 
Gene Morrison 
Donnie McFarland 
Jeff Trame 
Bryant Gillis 

Bill Grieme 



Dave Sorrell 
Bill Goller 
Roger Lewis 
Nancy Kastner 
Don Shields 



District 35 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Holmes 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 



Bellevue, 41073 
Dayton, 41074 
Covington, 41014 
Newport, 41071 
Newport, 41071 



Mike Foulks 
George Johns 
Dick Howard 
John Scheper 
Carl Foster 



Mike Swauger 
SUn Steidel 
Mike Flynn 
MarkKrebs 
Ron Dawn 



Gary Akers 
Bill Robinette 
Dennis Soard 
Jack Patterson 
Cari Foster 



District 36 

Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Scott 
Silver Grove 



Alexandria, 41001 
Alexandria, 41001 
Fort Thomas, 41075 
Covington, 41015 
Silver Grove, 41085 



Thomas Seither 
Glen Ravenscrafi 
George Frakes 
Robert Konerman 
Larry Davis 



Tom Creamer 
Doug Jones 
Bill Petty 
Ken Mueller 
Terry Keller 



Ray Kues 
Tom Russell 



Linda Moore 
Steve Sigmon 



^ ATHLETE/December 1991 - 13 



School 

District 37 

Bouibon County 
Haihson County 
Millersbuig Militaiy Institute 
Nicholas County 
Paris 

District 38 

Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton County 

District 39 

Fleming County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
St Patrick 
Tollesboro 

District 40 

Bath County 
Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Montgomery County 



City 



Paris, 40361 
Cynthiana, 41031 
Millersburg, 40348 
Carlisle, 40311 
Paris, 40361 



Augusta, 41002 
Brooksville, 41004 
Mt. Olivet, 41064 
Falmouth, 41040 



Flemingsburg, 41041 
Maysville, 41056 
Maysville, 41056 
Maysville, 41056 
Tollesboro, 41189 



Owingsville, 40360 
Irvine, 40336 
Winchester, 40391 
Mount Steriing, 40353 



Region 10 

Principal 

Jack Tucker 
Joyce Clifford 
Ed Allin 
Gieg Reid 
Homer H. Coins 



Anthony Johnson 
Robert D. Morton 
Sandra Rizzo 
Steve Craig 



Wendell Johnson 
Duane Lambert 
Sam Hall 
Fr. Paul Berschied 
Jimmie Staton 



Dr. Larry Kelsch 
Steve Garrett 
Guy Strong 
John Radjunas 

Re gion 11 



Boys Coach 

Russ Day 
Mike Reitz 
Danny Dampier 
Ed Oakley 
Bob Eades 



Tom Appelman 
Gary McKinney 



Willie Feldhaus 



MarkCrain 
Fred Hester 
Steven G. Appelman 
Lex Turner 
Randy Harrison 



Eari Kiiby 
Ken Trivetle 
Bart Rison 



Girls Coach 

Jim Ishmael 
Larry Allison 

Barbara Kenney 
Connie Appelman 



Emily Appelman 
Gary Clayton 

Lany Bradbury 



Billy Calvert 
Bob Hutchison 



Hopey Newkirk 
Leighton Worrell 
Lisa Goodin 
Mike Kindred 



District 41 

Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 



Frankfort, 40601 
Frankfort, 40601 
Frankfort, 40601 
Versailles, 40383 



Larry Montgomery 



Dr. Fred Simpson 
Robert Wagoner 



Gary Moore 
Gene Kirk 



Frank Miklavcic 
Sally Gaines 
Mary Rudd 
Bill Hill 



District 42 

Jessamine County 
Lexington Catholic 
Lexington Christian 
Sayre 

District 43 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Paul Dunbar 
Tates Creek 

District 44 

Berea 

Madison Central 
Madison Southern 
Model 



District 45 

Boyle County 

Danville 

Kentucky School ft Deaf 

Lincoln County 



Nicholasville, 40356 
Lexington, 40503 
Lexington, 40523 
Lexington, 40507 



Lexington, 40505 
Lexington, 40502 
Lexington, 40503 
Lexington, 40513 
Lexington, 40517 



Berea, 40403 
Richmond, 40475 
Berea, 40403 
Richmond, 40475 



Danville, 40422 
Danville, 40422 
Danville, 40422 
Stanford, 40484 



Bob Korwatel 
Rev. Robert Bueter 
Keen Babbage 
Bill Heim 



Donna George 
Dr Michael Courtney 
Thurmas Reynolds 
Jon Akers 
Ken Cox 



Dr. Betty Watson 
Raymond Ross, Jr. 
Jesse Ward 
Bruce Bonar 



Re gion 12 



Tom Mills 
Robert Rowland 
Thomas Keams 
Shannon Hatter 



Julian Cunningham 
Danny Haney 
Greg Williams 
Steve Weir 



Bobby Washington 
Greg Holt 
Don Harville 
Frank Watson 
Nolan Barger 



Bill Smallv^ood 
Don Richardson 
Tony Cox 
Allen Storie 



Mike Pittman 
Matt Vondeibrink 
Billy Lange 
Jack Upchurch 



Terry Quigley 
Ralph Sallee 
Sarah Biddy 



Steve Ward 
Robert Tripure 
Steve Chandler 
Jud Brown 
Barbara Kok 



Jason Bumell 
Frank Ray 
Mark Sallee 
Kelly Ambrose 



Morris Stewart 
Greg Schuiz 
Lisa Selby 
John Kolasa 



14- 



! ATHLETE/December 1991 





City 


• 

Principal 


Boys Coach 


Girls Coach 












Burgin 


Burgin, 40310 


Richard Carlton 




Gary Adkins 


Garrard County 


Lancaster, 40444 


Marshall Norton 


Rusty Clark 


Ken Hurt 


Hanodsburg 


Hanodsburg, 40330 


Kearney M. Lykins, Jr. 


Greg Edwards 


Bany Arnold 


Mercer County 


Hartodsburg, 40330 


James Gash 


Frank Wright 


Teny Yates 


District 47 










McCreary Central 


Steams, 42647 


Bobby Nelson 


Jerry Stephens 


Jerry Don Ross 


Monticello 


Montictllo, 42633 


A. Ralph Edwards 


Wade Upchurch 


Gary Abbott 


Russell County 


Russell Springs, 42642 


Patricia Rippetoe 


Kay Morris 


Keith Ellis 


Wayne County 


MonUcello, 42633 


George Owen Hoiton 


Rodney Woods 


Howard Owens 


District 48 










Casey County 


Liberty, 42539 


James Beeler 


Jack Stanford 


Greg SchoU 


Laurel County 


London, 40741 


Roger Marcum 


Steve Wright 


Walter Hulett 


Pulaski County 


Somerset, 42501 


Gilbert Wilson 


Dave Fraley 


Lany Hurt 


Somerset 


Somerset, 42501 


Chuck Eckler 

Region 13 


Bob Tucker 


Judy Mason 


District 49 










Clay County 


Manchester, 40962 


Doug Adams 


B. Keith/L. Sizemore 


D. Gray/J. Burchell 


Jackson County 


Mc Kee, 40447 


Betty Bond 


Donald Moore 


Robert Lakes 


Oneida Baptist Institute 


Oneida, 40972 


Larry Gritton 


Lany Gritton 


Connie Easteriing 


Rockcastle County 


Mount Vernon, 40456 


Ronnie Cash 


David Perkins 


Ciystelle Beaver 


District 50 










Baibourville 


Baibourville, 40906 


Lany E. Warren 


Vencil "Dinky" Phipps 




Coibin 


Corbin, 40701 


Ray Tipton 


Bill Hicks 


Gerald Foley 


Knox Central 


Barbourville, 40906 


Robert Messer 


Richard Prewitt 


Scott Broughton 


Lynn Camp 


Corbin, 40701 


Clayton Taylor 


Clyde Dixon 


Richard Jones 


St. Camillus 


Corbin, 40701 


Sister M. Carleen 






Whitley County 


Williamsburg, 40769 


Kenneth Powell 


James W. Voight 


Lany Anderson 


Williamsburg 


WUIiamsburg, 40769 


Jerry Hodges 


Bill Perkins 


Ray Martin 


District 51 










Bell County 


Pineville, 40977 


George W. Thompson 


J.D. Strange 


Wayne Walters 


Middlesboro 


Middlesboro, 40965 


Danyl Wilder 


Larry Bruner 


Pat Edmundson 


Pineville 


Pineville, 40977 


Thomas Kelemen 


Jimmy Voight 


Bryant CaudiU 


Red Bird 


Beverly, 40913 


Leslie Harris 


John D. Wilson 




District 52 










Cawood 


Harlan, 40831 


William A. Lee 


Greg Coldiron 


Raymond Cox 


Cumberland 


Cumberiand, 40823 


Eugene Stagnolia 


Bill Scott 


John Bond 


Evarts 


Evarts, 40828 


Wallace Napier, Jr. 


David Parks 


Fred McCreary 


Harlan 


Harian, 40831 


David Johnson 

Region 14 


Mike Jones 


Kim Adams 


District 53 










Fleming-Neon 


Neon, 41840 


David D. Jones 


Dany Burkett 


Lany & Sue Kincer 


Jenkins 


Jenkins, 41537 


Homer Brown 


Harvey Tackett 


Teresa Bentley 


Letcher 


Letcher, 41832 


Shenill Slone 


Ervin Stepp 


Manis Blair 


White sburg 


Whitesburg, 41858 


Edwin Dean Holbrook 


Eddie Whitaker 


John High 


District 54 










Buckhom 


Buckhom, 41721 


Dennis Wooton 


John Paul Amis 


Peggy Moore 


Dilce Combs 


Jeff, 41751 




Harold Combs 


Charles Minks 


Hazard 


Hazard, 41701 


Jimmie A. Comett 


John M. Quillen 


William Fannin 


Leslie County 


Hyden, 41749 


Omus Shepherd 


Ronald Stidham 


WendeU WUson 


M.C. Napier 


Hazard, 41702 


Harold E. Combs 


Harold E Combs 


Oramious Napier, Jr 


District 55 










Breathitt County 


Jackson, 41339 


Paul K. Herald 


James Turner 


Irene Strong 


Cordia 


Hazard, 41701 


Bobby Ralph Smith 


Dook Kent Combs 


Zella/Elmer Combs 


Jackson City 


Jackson, 41339 


Ed Lowdenback 


Ed Lowdenback 


Russell Halsey 


June Buchanan 


Pippa Passes, 41844 


Dr. Otis Balkcom 


Coy D. Samons 


Ronda Conibs 


Knott County Central 


Hindman, 41822 


James W. Reynolds 




Heibie Stamper 


Riverside Christian 


Lost Creek, 41348 


Doran Hosteller 


Doran Hostetler 


Elaine Gibson 



a ATHLETE/December 1991 - 15 



School 


City 


• • • < 

Principal 


Boys Coach 


Girls Coach 


District 56 










Lee County 


Beattyville, 41311 


Gary Pack 


Lee Cruse 


Darrell Hogan 


Owsley County 


Booneville, 41314 


Russell Duif 


Larry Sparks 


Randall Spencer 


Powell County 


SUnton, 40380 


Lonnie Morris 


Monroe Jones 


Rick Hall 


Wolfe County 


Campton, 41 365 


Charies E. Tapley 

Region 16 


Hoskins Carroll 


Gordon Hatton/Mike Gibbs 


District 57 










Johnson Central 


Paintsville, 41240 


Steve Butcher 


Alvin Ratliff 


Phillip Wiseman 


Magoffin County 


Salyersville, 41465 


Owen L. Bamett 


Danny Adams 




Paintsville 


Paintsville, 41240 


Grayson Boyd 


Bill M. Runyon 


Dwight Burchett 


Sheldon Claik 


Inez, 41224 


John Haney 


Roger Van Harless 


Robin Harmon 


District 58 










Allen Central 


Eastern, 41622 


Jody Sword 


John Martin 


Bonita Compton 


Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne, 41605 


Adrian E. Bentley 


William Newsome, Jr. 


Billy Ray Newsome 


McDowell 


McDowell, 41647 




Johnny R. Turner 


Cassandra Akers 


Prestonsburg 


Prestonsburg, 41653 


Robert May 


Gordon Parido 


Briget Clay 


Wheelwright 


Wheelwright, 41669 


Lewis Berkhimer 




Donnie Daniels 


District 59 










Millard 


Pikeville, 41501 


Robert Wright 


Leon Stewart 


Cindy Adkins 


Mullins 


Pikeville, 41501 


Richard Goodman 


Joe Marison 




Pikeville 


Pikeville, 41501 


Tom Swartz 


Howard Wallen 


Steve Priode 


Shelby Valley 


Pikeville, 41502 


Jerry Meade 


Bobby Osborne 


Bobby Spears 


District 60 










Belfty 


Belfiy, 41514 


Frank Welch 


Raymond Justice, Jr. 


James Mercer 


Elkhoni City 


Elkhoni City, 41522 


James Hawkins 


Randy McCoy 


B. J. Elswick 


Feds Creek 


Feds Creek, 41524 


Dorse Adkins 


Ralph Good 


David Slone 


Johns Creek 


Pikeville, 41501 


Ronald Thompson 


Eugene Lyons 


David Rowe 


Phelps 


Phelps, 41553 


Elizabeth Compton 

Region 16 


Clay Campbell 


Ronnie Preece 


District 61 










Menifee County 


Frenchburg, 40322 


James D. Trimble 


Brian Miller 


Terry Young 


Morgan County 


West Liberty, 41472 


John Johnston 


George Bellamy 


Scott Johnson 


Rowan County 


Morehead, 40351 


Marvin Moore 


Tim Moore 


Curt Cundiff 


District 62 










East Carter 


Grayson, 41143 


Harian Fleming 


Charles Baker 


Brian Buck 


Elliott County 


Sandy Hook, 41 171 


Dwight Johnson 


Rick Mays 


Sally Kidd/Rick Adkins 


Lewis County 


Vanceburg, 41179 


Rob Hall 


Jim Lykins 




West Carter 


Olive Hill, 41164 


Madeline Sparks 


Grady Lowe 


John Brown 


District 63 










Fairview 


Ashland, 41 102 


Robert Morrison 


Rex Cooksey 


Mike Perkins 


Greenup County 


Greenup, 41144 


Don Liles 


Randy Ward 


Bob Bryson 


Raceland 


Raceland, 41 169 


John Stephens 


Ed Jenkins 


Randell Vanderhoof 


Russell 


Russell, 41 169 


Jerry Blanchard 


Ron Reed 


Mary Robinson 


District 64 










Boyd County 


Ashland, 41102 


Brice Thombury 


Roger Zomes 


Paul Rice 


Lawrence County 


Louisa, 41230 


Richard S. Lyon 




Sophia Huff 


Paul Blazer 


Ashland, 41 102 


Janice Ledford 


Jeff Hall 


Connie Green 


Rose Hill Christian 


Ashland, 41102 


Jerry Foster 


Joe Dillow 


Pam Gillum 



Member Schools Not Competing in Basketball 



Central Kentucky Christian 


Harrodsburg, 40330 


Delores Kelly 




Kentucky School ft Blind 


Louisville, 40206 


Richmond Marcy 




Living Waters Christian 


Shelbyville, 40065 


Kent Sullivan 


Jim Smith 


Woodbridge 


Lexington, 40523 


Betsy Goldsworthy 


Same 



16- ^ ATHLETE/December 1991 



Association Appendix 



Any Changes? 

Please check your school listing in the KHSAA Handbook 
and advise this office immediately of any changes; address, 
telephone number, personnel, etc. We will publish all 
changes and corrections in the January "Athlete." 

Job Openings 

Rowan County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 
Interested parties should send letter of application with 
resume' and references to Marvin Moore, Rowan County High 
School, 100 Viking Drive, Morehead, Ky. 40351. 
Application deadline ~ January 15, 1992. 

Recent Mailings to Schools 

•Promotions Guide 

•Guide to Media Relations 

•Football Tickets 

• Basketball Rule Changes 

•Basketball Ratings Forms 

•Basketball Statistics Forms 

If you did not receive any of these mailings, please contact us. 

December Track Clinics 

SITE TIME 



DATE 

Tuesday, Dec. 3, 1991 
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1991 
Wednesday, Dec. 11,1991 



Paducah Tilghman 7:00 p.m. 
High School (Paducah) 
Daviess Coimty 7:00 p.m. 

High School (Owensboro) 
St. Xavier 7:00 p.m. 

High School (Louisville) 



1992 FootbaM Open Dates 

as of October 28. 1991 
August 28 

South Oldham Contact: Lany Phillips (502) 241-6035 

September 18 or 19 

Ben Davis High School, IndianapoUs, Indiana 
Size: Compare to Kentucky 4A school 
Ccmtact: Bob Britt, A.D. (317)244-5852 

September 25 

Oak Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Size: Compare to Kentucky 4A school 

Ccmtact: Sonny Tudor, A.D. 

October 2 

Portsmouth, Portsmouth Ohio 
Contact: John Little 
South Oldham Contact: Larry PhilUps (502) 241-6035 

October 9 

Franklin-Simpson Contact: Walt Heath (502) 586-3273 

October 23 

Massac High School, Metropolis, Illinois 

Size: Compare to Kentucky lA school 

Contact: Steve Woodward, A.D. 
Elkhom City High School 



Other area State Track Clinics are scheduled in March and 
April. 



1991 

KHSAA 

State Football Championships 

December 6 & 7 

Cat'dimd Stadium, 

LoidsvUle, Kentucky 





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Official Publication of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 




JANUARY1992 







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A New Perspective 



By: Larry Boucher, Assistant Commissioner 



At a Highway Department Conference in 1974, a 
friend mentioned that he had just registered to become a 
high school basketball official. I think it might have been 
at that very moment that the "bug" bit. Officiating was a 
way, as I am sure it has been to thousands of people over 
the years, for me to stay close to my love of sports. My 
father had been a coach (there was even a referee in my 
family!) and I grew up loving athletics. If you bounced it, 
hit it or threw it, I played it in high school. Never in my 
wildest dreams, however, did I realize that my decision in 
1974 would one day lead to an Assistant Commissioner's 
position with the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. 

I have felt for some time that Kentuckians have a 
very special love for their high school sports. I recently 
wrote an article about that "specialness" Kentuckians 
feel, particularly at our basketball "Sweet Sixteen". I 
compared it to a state-wide reunion. To stand at our seats 
and look around the crowd for fiiendly faces from other 
parts of the State that we have known from days gone by, 
but now undoubtedly see once a year, reminds me of the 
"special" place high school sports play in our lives. 
Being an employee of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association and being such an integral part of that makes 
me feel special. 

One of the more enjoyable periods I spent in 
officiating was when I became a Supervisor of Officials 
in 1986. Working with many people who wanted to be 
their best and coordinating training programs that allowed 
them to pursue that goal was especially rewarding to me. 
We have a very large group of men and women who, 
while enduring sacrifices and inconveniences, find great 
satisfaction in a sense of service to others through 
officiating. To be in an avocation of honor, to stand for 
the role of integrity and impartially in relationship to the 
youth we serve, is what makes it all worthwhile for many 
officials. I beUeve schools have entrusted officials to 
assist them in the educational development of their youth 
through athletics. I enjoyed working with each of the 
schools in my area to ensure they received the best 
officiating possible. 




As Assistant 
Commissioner in 
charge of the Officials' 
Division, I believe my most iirunediate efforts should be 
in the areas of ti^aining, development and recognition of 
our officials. I am totally convinced that there is a 
significant percentage of our registered officials who are 
willing to tackle the hard work it takes to be the best. I 
am also convinced they are willing to avail themselves to 
clinics, workshops, skull sessions and other training 
opportunities that must be developed for them. Standing 
still in officiating is an illusion. Learning is an ongoing 
process and if one is not growing and advancing through 
training and development then he/she is moving back- 
ward. 

I also want to more formally recognize the men 
and women who have contributed significantly to our 
high school athletic programs through officiating. An 
annual awards banquet, an officials' newsletter, career 
certificates, championship lapel pins or rings and other 
rewards are just a few of the things that can make 
officiating more rewarding. We have a long way to go in 
organizing and developing many of these goals... they 
may take months or even years to implement. However, 
once we do Kentucky will set the standard for the positive 
relationship between high school sports programs and its 
officiating corps. 

Obviously, I owe a great deal to Commissioner 
Billy Wise who felt there was a need to organize the 
policies regarding officiating into one division with the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association and who 

gave me the opportunity to lead that effort. My efforts 
will be more easily realized if all of our officials under- 
stand that I truly believe that once we put on that uniform 
our status as a person imdergoes an irrevocable change. 
Every member of the officiating profession carries a 
responsibiUty to act in a manner becoming a professional 
person. We must always remember that the conduct of 
any official influences the attitude of the public toward 
our profession in general. It will take hard work but our 
children and our sports programs deserve no less. I hope 
that working together we can someday say we made a 
difference. 



^ATHLETE/January 1992 - 1 



Whafs Inside? 



Coaches Care Coaches Care pays tribute to outstanding high school 

coaches who not only do their job well, but also display special care and 
concern for young people. 

Hoops Centennial As the sport of basketball celebrates a milestone, we bring 
you a look at the first game played. 

Track & Field Minutes from the track and field committee meeting and 

1991-92 Track and Field Clinic dates. 

Basketball 



District Tournament Rotation Plans 



January Calendar 




Education Tops U.S. Agenda California Senator John Seymour speaks 
out on athletics role in education. 

Association Appendix 



JA^fUARY, 1992 



VOLUME Un, NO. 5 



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ATHLETE/January 1992 



He Coaches Ci(y MdsTo 
Meet life's Challenges 



High school presents many chal- 
lenges for teenagers. For inner city kids 
from rough neighborhoods, the big- 
gest challenge isn't always in the class- 
room or on the athletic field, but in their 
every day lives. That's why a role model 
like Jeff Bieder is so important. 

Bieder is head basketball coach and 
Dean of freshmen students at Long 
Island City High School in the New 
York City borough of Queens. He 
grew up in a Brooklyn housing project 
and knows from personal experience 



about students' daily struggles to over- 
come the perils of the street. Bieder's 
outstanding 221-46 record in basket- 
ball hardly compares to the mark he's 
left on the lives of hundreds of inner 
city kids. 

"Coach Bieder was always on my 
case about getting an education," said 
Cedric Holder, senior captain of the 
basketball team. "My grades weren't 
that good, so coach Bieder asked me 
to spend more time studying after 
school. There's a lot of killing going on 





where I'm living, so I stay inside now 
and study." 

"I had a lot of difficulties in school," 
admitted sophomore guard Tyree 
Gibson. "After talking with Mr. Bieder, 
I realized that I have a lot of talent in 
basketball, but I have a lot of potential 
in school, too." 

"Jeff Bieder is an excellent coach," 
said LICHS Principal Frank Nappi. "But 
he goes beyond that. In the past few 
years alone he's converted at least a 
half dozen 'at-risk' students — poten- 
tial drop-outs. He instills motivation in 
them, talks to them about academic 
achievements, even visits their homes. 
What he does with the kids is truly 
amazing." 

Even after 24 years of coaching, 
Bieder still relishes the challenge of 
helping inner city teenagers become 
good students with a purpose, a plan 
and dream. 

"It's a good feeling to see kids turn 
things around and make something 
out of their lives," Bieder explained. 
'Temptations are all around, so you 
have to be more than a coach. You 
have to be a guidance counselor and 
father figure, and show that you care." 

Jeff Bieder is a two-time "Coach of 
the Year" in New York City. But for 
hundreds of inner city high school 
students in Queens, he's a coach of a 
lifetime. 



Do You Know Someone 

Who Deserves 

Coaches Care Distinction? 

Coaches Care pays tribute to outstanding 
high school coaches who not only do their 
job well, but also display special care and 
concern for young people. Anyone wishing 
to nominate a high school coach for Coaches 
Care distinction may write to The Gatorade 
Company for an application. Please send 
your request to: 

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For 24 years, Coach Jeff Bieder has been helping inner city teens avoid the 
perils of the street and stay in school. His players this year include (from left) 
Harold Wright, Cedric Holder, Louis Chatfield and Tyree Gibson. 



A reminder from 

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^ ATHLETE/Januarj 1992^ ^ ^ - 3 

First Hoops Game Played Over 100 Years Ago 



"The Kentucky High School Athletic 

Association is proud to be a participant in the 

celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the 

game of basketball A season like this comes 

along only once. The Basketball Centennial is a 

salute to the spirit and tradition unique to the 
game of basketball " 




BASKETBALL 




CENTENNIAL 




The first game of basketball was played over 100 
years ago last month - on December 21 , 1 89 1 . 

The game was played in Springfield, Mass., at a 
school that is now known as Springfield College. 

Dr. James Naismith invented the game as an 
indoor activity to meet the physical needs of young men 
who could not participate in game-like outdoor activities 
during the winter months. 

The game was not "invented" by "accident," 
Naismith wrote in a 1939 magazine article. "It was 
developed to meet a need." 

Excerpts from Naismith's magazine article were 
quoted and edited by the Associated Press in an article 
which appeared in many newspapers throughout the 
country on January 6, 199 1 . Some of that article follows: 

"No problems arose so long as we could get out 
of doors for exercise, but when the winter came, my 
worries began," Naismith said of his first year of teaching. 
"Those boys simply would not play drop the handker- 
chiefl " 

"Dr. Luther Gulick, head of the school, put the 
problem squarely up to me, and kept bringing the matter 
up in faculty meetings, until I reahzed I really had to do 
something about it," Naismith recalled. 

"Dr. Guhck had reminded me on one occasion 
that there is nothing new under the sun - what appears 
new is just a combination of older things. So I began to 
recall my boyhood games and to study the problem in that 
light." 



His thoughts first turned to football. He was, 
after all, the 150-pound center on the college's first 
football team, started by another grad student, Amos 
Alonzo Stagg. If the new game hadn't caught on, 
Naismith, who stuck a cutup rugby ball and ear muffs on 
his head to play, might be remembered as one of the 
inventors of the football helmet. 

Although his class liked the rough-and-tumble of 
football, Naismith conceded that tackling a man running 
with a ball "would be too dangerous on a gymnasium 
floor," and "determined the ball must be thrown." 

"But a small ball might be hurled with dangerous 
force," he reasoned, with his boisterous students in mind, 
"so I used a larger ball, choosing a soccer ball since one 
was at hand." 

"I recalled also from my boyhood in Canada that 
when we played the game called duck on a rock, a hurled 
ball might send the duck farther, but the tossed ball was 
more accurate," so he ruled that the ball "must be tossed 
at the goal." 

"The Canadian game of lacrosse suggested the 
positions. . . home, right forward, left forward, center, 
right center, left center, goal, right back, left back," he 
wrote. Originally, Naismith devised his game with nine 
players on a side to accommodate his 1 8-man class. 

If the goal was on the floor it would be easy to 
guard, so he opted for a 'box above the floor." 

That is where James W. Stebbins got his chance 
to become a footnote to sports history. The janitor 
couldn't find any when the scholar demanded two boxes 
each 18 inches square, so he dragged a couple of peach 
baskets over to the gym. 



4- 



ATHLETE/January 1992 




KHSAA TRACK AND FIELD 
COMMITTEE MEETING 




The Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track and Field Committee met at 
the Association Office in Lexington on Tuesday, 
December 10, 1991. The meeting was called to 
order by Brigid L. DeVries, Assistant 
Commissioner at 1:30 P.M. 

Members present were: Bro. Borgia, 
Charlie Ruter, Alice Leigh, Augie Schiller, John 
Getller, Gordon Bocock, Dave Shufelt, Bany 
Binkley, Bob Slacey, Jack Keller, Tim Estes, 
Frank Miklavcic and Jean Wright. Members 
absent were Jeff Saylor, Bill Fatten and Tony 
Rowe. 

Charlie Ruter reported on the Mason 
Dixon Games to be held on February 28 & 29, 
1992, at Broadbent Arena, which is adjacent to 
Freedom Hall. The Mason Dixon Committee is 
coordinating efforts with the KTCCCA to help 
secure officials for the high school division. The 
high school division will be open to Kentucky 
athletes only. Gordon Bocock and Frank 
Miklavcic will be the contact people for the 
games. 

The Kentucky Association of the 
Athletics Congress is sponsoring a TAC 
Officials Clinic on Sunday, January 12, 1992, at 
the downtown YMCA at Second and Chestnut in 
lyouisville. For more information on the clinic, 
contact Charlie Ruter at 502-239-5258. 

Jean Wright gave a report on the 
1991 Blue Grass State games. The participation 
was good, and one of the goals for 1992 will be 
to get Track entries from the Kentucky counties 
where there was no representation. The dates for 
the 1992 games are July 24-26, 1992. 



l.any Wingfeld gave abrief report on 
the upcoming KTCCCA Clinic to be held on 
January 24-25, 1992 at the Holiday Inn on 
Newtown Pike in Lexington. Anyone interested 
in attending the clinic should contact Larry at 
Shelby County High School. 

The next item on the Agenda was a 
discussion of the Regional and Sectional Track 
Meets and sites. Committee members discussed 
and made recommendations regarding Regional 
and Sectional sites. Ms. DeVries will begin to 
solicit sites for both the 1992 Regional and 
Sectional Meets. The dates for the 1992 Meets 
are as follows: 

Regional Meets: May IS & 16, 1992 
Sectional Meets: May 23, 1992 
State Meet: May 30, 1992 

The State Meet Order of Events was 
discussed with the addition of the 3200 MRelay 
to the program. It was recommended that under 
the current format the 3200 M Relay be first in 
the order of guests, followed by the 3200 M 
Runs. This order will be evaluated following the 
1992 season. The other item on the recent Track 
survey was the Girls Triple Jump, which did not 
pass. 

Gordon BocockandFrankMiklavcic 
had several recommendations regarding the state 
Meet. One of the items would be scheduling 3 
separate State Meets, Class A, AA & AAA, 
instead of the Meet orderas it is. Frank Miklavcic 
also recommended that the K.H.S.A.A. look into 
sanctioning indoor Track. It was also 
recommended that the regulation requiring 
athletes to finish the races they are entered in, be 
deleted. Following a discussion on these and 
other items it was recommended that Frank 



Miklavcic and Gordon Bocock do a presentation 
at the January meeting of the Board of Control. It 
was suggested that the current four meet 
participation forms be revised. Dave Shufeltand 
Gordon Bocock will work on a new form to be 
used in Track & Field. Several revisions were 
made on the State information sheets and entry 
forms. 

Ms. DeVries brought up a request 
from one of the member schools regarding state 
meet records. It was decided that records should 
reflect the actual distances that the athletes 
competed in. Two meet records will be changed 
and they are the 800 M Run and the 1600 M Run. 

The Track committee still has re- 
cruitment of new Track & Field officials as one 
of its goals. 

There was a brief discussion regard- 
ing the National Federation Rule Changes. The 
discus cage is not mandatory until 1993. 

Miscellaneous items included a rec- 
ommendation by Gordon Bocock that the classi- 
fications for A, AA& AAA be reviewed. There 
may need to be some changes especially in the 
AAA Classification due to the decline in enroll- 
ment and new school construction. 

"Moye"startingblockswillbe avail- 
able at the State Meet this year in addition to the 
regular blocks provided. The "'Moye" block is 
a legal block, and there will be eight of these 
provided, so schools can choose the traditional 
or the "Moye" block. Jack Keller will coordi- 
nate the "Moye" blocks. 

There being no further business, the 
meeting was adjourned. 



Following are the 1991-92 Track & Field Clinic dates and locations. 




Tuesday 


December 3, 1991 


Paducah Tilghman H.S. 


7:00 p.m. 


Wednesday 


December 4, 1991 


Owensboro, Daviess Co. H.S. 


7:00 p.m. 


Wednesday 


December 11, 1991 


Louisville, St. Xavier H.S. 


7:00 p.m. 


Saturday 


January 25, 1992 


Lexington, Holiday Iim North 
Newtown Pike (with KTCCCA Clinic 


11:30 a.m. 
) 


Monday 


March 30,1992 


Ashland, Russell H.S. 


7:00 p.m. 


Tuesday 


March 31, 1992 


Lexington, KHSAA Office 


7:00 p.m. 


Wednesday 


April 1, 1992 


Covington, Covington Catholic H.S. 


7:00 p.m. 


Thursday 


April 2, 1992 


London, Laurel County H.S. 


7:00 p.m. 



^^ ATHLETE/Januarj 1992 - 5 

Basketball District Tournament Rotations 



1992 

1 Fulton County 

2 Paducah Tilghman 

3 Ballard Memorial 

4 Marshall County 

5 Crittenden County 

6 Webster County 

7 West Hopkins 

8 Hopkinsville 

9 Owensboro 

10 Butler County 

11 Hancock County 

12 Grayson County 

13 Todd Central 

14 WKU/Bowling Green 

15 Allen County 

16 Monroe County 

17 C. Hardin/Meade Co. 

18 Green County 

19 Bardstown 

20 Taylor County 

21 Shawnee 

22 Western 

23 Fairdale 

24 DeSales 

25 Male 

26 Trinity (CA) 

27 Jeffersontown 

28 Eastern 

29 Spencer County 

30 Henry County 

31 Gallatin County 

32 Williamstown/Owen Co 

33 Boone County 

34 Ludlow 

35 Holmes 

36 Bishop Brossart 

37 Bourbon/Harrison 

38 Deming/Augusta 

39 Tollesboro (MC) 

40 Bath County 

41 Franklin County 

42 Jessamine County 

43 Henry Clay 

44 E.K.U. (Model) 

45 Lincoln County 

46 Garrard County 

47 #1 Seed 

48 Somerset 

49 Oneida Baptist 

50 Barbourville 

51 Bell County 

52 Evarts 

53 Letcher/Whitesburg 

54 M.C. Napier 

55 Cordia»KCC 

56 Powell County 

57 Magoffin County 

58 McDowell 

59 Shelby Valley 

60 Johns Creek 

6 1 Morgan County 

62 Lewis County 

63 Greenup County 

64 Lawrence County 



1993 

Hickman County 

Heath 

Graves County 

Mayfield 

Livingston Central 

Henderson County 

Madisonville-North 

Christian County 

Daviess County 

Muhlenberg North 

Trinity (Whitesville 

McLean County 

Russellville 

WKU/Franklin-County 

Barren County 

Cumberland County 

E-town/N. Hardin 

Larue County 

Washington County 

Adair County 

Valley (SW Christian 

Butler 

Valley 

Iroquois 

Manual 

Seneca 

Moore 

Waggener 

Bullitt East 

Shelby County 

Oldham County 

Scott Co/Grant Co 

Conner 

Beechwood 

Dayton 

Campbell County 

Harrison/Bourbon 

Bracken/Augusta 

St. Patrick (MC) 

Estill County 

Frankfort 

Lexington Catholic 

Paul Dunbar 

E.K.U. (Model) 

Boyle County 

Harrodsburg 

#lSeed 

Laurel County 

Clay County 

Corbin 

Middlesboro 

Harlan 

Jenkins/Flem Neon 

Hazard 

Jackson City*BC 

Wolfe County 

Sheldon Clark 

Betsy Layne 

Millard 

Feds Creek 

Rowan County 

East Carter 

Raceland 

Paul Blazer 



1994 

Fulton City 
Lone Oak 
St. Mary 
Murray 
Lyon County 
Union County 
West Hopkins 
Hopkinsville 
Apollo 

Muhlenberg South 
Frederick Fraize 
Ohio County 
Logan County 
WKU/Greenwood 
Edmonson County 
Metcalfe County 
N. Hardin/C. Hardin 
Cavema 
Bethlehem 
Campbellsville 
Central 
Holy Cross 
Valley (Beth Haven) 
Southern 
St. Xavier/Mercy 
Trinity 
Fern Creek 
Ballard 
Bullitt Central 
Anderson County 
South Oldham 
Owen CoAVilliamstown 
Lloyd Memorial 
Cov. LatinWilla 
Newport Cent. Cath. 
Highlands 
T.B.A. 

Pendleton/Augusta 
Mason County 
Clark County 
Western Hills 
Sayre 
Lafayette 
E.K.U. (Model) 
Danville 
Mercer County 
#1 Seed 
Pulaski County 
Jackson County 
Knox Central 
(Pineville) 
Cawood 

Whitesburg/Letcher 
Buckhom 
Knott Central 
Lee County 
Johnson Central 
Prestonsburg 
Mullins 
Phelps 

Menifee County 
West Carter 
Russell 
Rose Hill 



1995 

Carlisle County 
Reidland 
Ballard Memorial 
Calloway County 
Trigg County 
Webster County 
Madisonville-North 
Christian County 
Owensboro Catholic 
Butler County 
Breckinridge County 

Todd Central 
WKUAVarren Central 
Glasgow 
Clinton County 
C. Hardin/E-town 
Hart County 
Nelson County 
Marion County 
Central (Port/Pres) 
PRP 
Doss 

Male 

Atherton 

Jeffersontown 

Eastern 

North Bullitt 

Henry County 

Trimble County 

Grant Co/Scott Co 

St. Henry 

Holy Cross (Cov) 

Newport 

Scott 

T.B.A. 

Fleming County 
Montgomery County 
Woodford County 
Lexington Christian 
Tates Creek 
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Garrard County 
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Casey County 
Rockcastle County 
Lynn Camp 
Red Bird 
Cumberiand 
Flem. Neon/Jenkins 
Dilce Combs 
Riverside*BC 
Owsley County 
Paintsville 
Wheelwright 
Pikeville 
Belfty 

Morgan County 
Elliott County 
Fairview 
Boyd County 



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Washington Forum 



Education Tops U.S. Agenda 



The California Senator has been a 
long time ardent supporter of Cali- 
fornia schools and their extracur- 
ricular programs. 

By Senator John Seymour 
United States Senate 

Over the last few months we have 
seen drastic changes in the world; 
and in the coming months America 
will shift her own priorities to reflect 
those changes. Of the many social 
issues at the top of the American 
agenda, is the country's educations 
system. 

During a recent visit to one of Los 
Angeles' public schools, I had the 
chance to discuss this topic with 
some very concerned members of 
the community. I was asked why the 
government was wasting so much of 
its time and money on East Los 
Angeles, especially since nothing 
ever seems to change, and even the 
police are afraid to walk the streets. 
While the question is valid, no one 
should question its cynicism, since 
it was asked by a fifth grade student. 

It is politically fashionable today 
to talk about the decline of the 
American student, but I strongly 
deny this idea. Instead of blaming 
our children for their less than 
favorable showing in class, we 
should ask ourselves if we've done 
everything possible to give them a 
safe, positive learning atmosphere. 
When a child innocently asks a ques- 
tion so filled with despair, I have to 
say we have not. 

To say we must do more is ob- 
vious, but to discuss the solutions 
that are now being tried is essential. 
The restoration of our education 
system is being enacted on two 
fronts: in the classrooms, and in the 
streets out front. 

In the classrooms. President Bush 
has initiated the comprehensive 
America 2000 program. Its aim is to 




create a new generation of schools. 
I've co-sponsored this program and 
believe wholeheartedly in its goals. 
Among its valuable provisions, 
America 2000 calls for a national 
testing program, world class 
standards in five core subjects, and 
new levels of leadership to increase 
accountability of the entire educa- 
tion process. The new leadership 
will consist not only of federal, state 
and local officials, but community 
and industry leaders as well. 

In the streets, the efforts focus on 
anti-crime legislation. I amended a 
recent Senate crime bill to include 
tougher laws to help fight the war 
against gangs and the drug trade. 
The new legislation adds muscle to 
the laws covering the commission of 
a crime as a gang member, the use 
of a minor to commit a crime, and 
the production and distribution of 
drug paraphernalia. For years now, 
we've seen young kids watch their 
older friends lead well-paying 
criminal lives, and they eventually 
fall prey to the same temptations. 
This bill, if approved, would show 
these younger kids that a life of 
crime will put criminals in jail quick- 



Focus puts 
new programs in 
classrooms, streets 



ly and for substantial amounts of 
time. I think this will make the drug 
trade less attractive. 

Though the overhaul of America's 
education system will be an ongoing 
process for many years, I strongly 
believe that the agenda we've set, if 
followed, will be successful. We've 
learned the important relationship 
between the education our children 
receive, and the roles they will even- 
tually play in society. If we are to 
have leaders of merit tomorrow it's 
essential to provide our children 
with the absolutely finest means of 
preparation today. Our education 
system must become more than a 
means of keeping children busy un- 
til they enter the work force; it must 
instill the desire to learn, and spark 
the intellectual fire that has made 
America what she is today. 

Athletics can help in that process. 
The pursuit of sports provides our 
youth with an important opportunity 
for character development. When a 
child plays for a team, he or she 
learns to appreciate the rewards of 
hard work. He or she also has the 
chance to develop the skill of work- 
ing with others toward a common 
goal, not to mention the alternative 
it provides to the lure of gangs. 
These are the skills that are fun- 
damental to success in both 
academic careers and modern life. 

I have confidence in our system of 
education, because I have con- 
fidence in its administrators, 
teachers, and most importantly, our 
children. With our agenda in place, I 
believe improvement is right around 
the corner. 



ATHLETE/January 1992 



Association Appendix 



Job Openings 

Rowan County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with 
resume' and references to Marvin Moore, Rowan County High 
School, 100 Viking Drive, Morehead, Ky. 40351. 
AppUcation deadline — January 15, 1992. 

South Oldham High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Larry Phillips, Box 
549, Crestwood, KY 40014. 

Boyle County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with 
resume' and references to Tom Mills, Boyle County High 
School, 1637 Perryville Road, Danville, KY 40422-9775. 

Back to School? 

University of Kentucky's Heahh, Physical Education, 
Recreation and Dance Department is offering new courses in 
Biomechanics of Sports, Football Coaching/Officiating and 
Physiology of Sport. The courses will be taught in 
Intersession and Summer School. 

Persons interested in applying to the University of Kentucky 
Graduate School for graduate study or taking courses as post- 
baccalaureates should contact Dr. Rob Shapiro, Director of 
Graduate Studies in HPERD, at (606) 257-4266. 

For general additional information on the new courses 
available contact: Dr. Shapiro, Dr. Ron Bulbulian (606) 
257-7898 or Steve Parker (606) 257-7904. 

Academic All-State 

Each school should soon receive a temporary supply of 
Academic All-State and Academic All-State Honorable 
Mention Certificates. You may use these certificates to honor 
yoUi students athletes that meet the designated requirements. 

In the spring you will receive new A.A.S & A.A.S.H.M. 
certificates in quantity. The printing of the new certificates is 
held up pending corporate sponsorship. We apologize for any 
inconvienence. 



1992 Football Open Dates 



Girl's Basketball Open Date 

Meade County ~ February 6 & 1 3 Phone: (502) 422^93 1 



August 28 

-South Oldham 
-Wayne County 
-Cawood High 
-Fort Campbell 
-Breathitt County 



Contact: Lany Phillips (502)241-6035 

Contact: Joe Shearer (606)348-8710 

Contact: Tim Saylor (606)573-2424 

Contact: Marshall Patterson (615) 431-5056 

Contact: Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 



-Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, Indiana 

Size: Compare to Kentucky 4A school 
Contact: Bob Britt, A.D. (317) 244-5852 

September 4 

-M.C.Napier Contact: Bill Dixon (606)439-1519 



September 11 

-Rockcastle Co. 



Contact: Tom Larkey (606)256^1411 



September 18 

-Fleming County Contact: 

-Breathitt County Contact: 

-Rockcastle Co. Contact: 



Wendell Johnson (606) 845-6601 
Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 
Tom Larkey (606)256-4411 



September 25 

-Oak Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Size: Compare to Kentucky 4A school 

Contact: Sonny Tudor, A.D. (513)922-2300 

October 2 

-Portsmouth, Portsmouth Ohio Contact: John Little 
-South Oldham Contact: LanyPhiUips (502)241-6035 

October 9 

-Franklin-Simpson Contact: Walt Heath (502) 586-3273 

-Montgomery Co. Contact: Lowell King (606) 498-8768 
-Fort Campbell Contact: Marshall Patterson(615) 431-5056 
-Knott Co. Central Contact: Maurice Dixon (606)785-3166 



October 16 

Knott Co. Central 



Contact: Maurice Dixon (606)785-3166 



October 23 

-Massac High School, Metropolis, Illinois 

Size: Compare to Kentucky A school 

Contact: Steve Woodward, A.D. 

-Chaminade Julienne, Dayton, Ohio 

Size: Comf)are to Kentucky AA School 

Contact: Jim Place (513) 461-3740 

-ElkhomCity Contact: Jerry Childers (606)754-9098 

October 30 

-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 
Contact: Mike Burcham (614)532-5235 




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$159.00 PER PERSON 
BASED ON 2 GOLFERS PER 
TWIN ROOM. DEPOSIT OF 
$80.00 DUE BY FEB 19, 1992 



SATURDAY 

APRIL 11 



DEPART LEXINGTON MARRIOTT 7:00 A.M., LOUISVILLE 
EXECUTIVE WEST AT 8:30 A.M. AND ELIZABETHTOWN HOLDIAY 
INN NORTH AT 9: 15 A.M. TODAY WE TRAVEL TO BEAVER DAM 
FOR A MORNING BREAK. YOU WILL ARRIVE AT KENTUCKY DAM 
VILLAGE AT 12:00 P.M. CST. LUNCH WILL BE AT A LOCAL 
RESTAURANT FROM 12:00 P.M. TO 1:00 P.M. CST. YOUR FIRST DAY 
OF GOLF IS SCHEDULED FROM 1:30 P.M. TO 5:30 P.M. YOU WILL 
CHECK INTO KY DAM VILLAGE STATE PARK LODGE AT 5:30 P.M. 
DINNER (INCLUDED) WE WILL BE SCHEDULED FROM 6:00 P.M. TO 
7:00 P.M. YOU WILL THEN TAKE A ONE HOUR CRUISE ON 
KENTUCKY LAKE 7:30 P.M. TO 8:30 P.M. YOUR DAY WILL 
CONCLUDE AT LODGE AT 9:00 P.M. 



SUNDAY 

APRIL 12 



BREAKFAST (INCLUDED) WILL BE FROM 6:30 A.M. TO 7:30 A.M. 
YOUR SECOND DAY OF GOLF WILL BE SCHEDULED FROM 
8:00 A.M. TO 12:00 P.M. LUNCH (INCLUDED) AND AWARDS WILL 
FOLLOW. WE WILL DEPART KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE AT 
1:30 P.M. CST. WE WILL ARRIVE BACK IN ELIZABETHTOWN AT 
6: 15 P.M., LOUISVILLE AT 7:00 P.M. AND LEXINGTON AT 8:30 P.M. 



THIS TOUR INCLUDES GREEN FEES, CARTS, LODGING, 3 MEALS AT KENTUCKY 
DAM VILLAGE AND TRANSPORTATION. 

KENTUCKY DAM VILLAGE HAS AN 18 HOLE GOLF COURSE AND IS DESCRIBED BY 
MANY GOLFERS AS BEING A FUN COURSE. 



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i ATHLETE/Febniary 1992 - 1 



Growing For You. . . 

AboutyourK.H.S.A.A. . . 

* Your Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
serves as the governing agency for all 12 of Kentucky's 
high school sports. Your association regulates eligibility 
rules and sponsors 29 state championships. 

* Your association is a private, non-profit organization 
that receives no tax funding, all of the K.H.S.A.A.'s 
operating budget comes from private donations and 
reciepts from the state championships (basketball, 

football and soccer receipts comprise 80% of the 
association 's revenue!) 

A helping hand. . . 

* Your association is dedicated to serving its member 
schools. That's why we pay the premium on a 

catastrophic life insurance plan that covers every 
student-athlete in the state of Kentucky. From the 
classroom to the practice field to the game court if a 
catastrophic accident should occur, your association will 
be there to provide comfort and financial assistance. 
Your association also provides a liability insurance plan 
for member schools and coaches. 

Our new home... 

* Construction is underway on a 25,000 square foot 
building that will house your association's offices and a 
Hall of Fame and Museum (to honor the thousands of 
persons who have made a lasting contribution to high 
school athletics in the state of Kentucky.) The offices will 
be ready for occupancy by January 1992 with full 
implementation of the museum expected by the 1993-94 
school year. We have many exciting exhibits plaimed to 
showcase Kentucky's unique athletic history. Come 
celebrate with us in your K.H.S.A.A. Hall of Fame and 
Museum. 

K.H.S.A.A. 

THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCLiTION 



What's Inside? 


1 


Z February Calendar 


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3 Delegate Assembly List 


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7 Swimming Information 


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ID Board Meeting Minutes 


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IZ Regional Hoop Sites 


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13 Football Rule Changes 


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1 Association Appendix 


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On The Cover 

"An artist's rendering of the 
new Kentucky High School 
Had of Fame/Museum and 
KHSAA Office Complex" 



FEBRUARY, 1992 



VOLUME Lm, NO. 6 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE . . .$10.00 



Published monthly, except July and August by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, KY. Acceptance for mailing at 
special rate of postage provided for in Section 1 103. Act of Oct 3, 1917, 
authorized May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 



Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: KHSAA, 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 



Editor: BUIy V. Wise 
Associate: Anne Wesley Mays 
Assistant: Larry Boucher 
Assistant: Louis Stout 



Associate: JefT Rogers 
Asslatant: Brlgld DeVrles 
Assistant: Julian Tackett 



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Delegate Assembly Members 



Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 1992 annual meeting of the Association were elected by the Board Appointed Representa- 
tives of the KHSAA. Article fV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not answer 
the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not represented." The name of the district representatives and 
alternates are as follows: 



Delegate 

1 Lairy Gardner - Dl 

2 Steve Johnson - D2 

3 B.B.KendricIc - D3 

4 Hiram Sanders - D4 

5 Frank Haneline - D5 

6 Lonnie Burgett - D6 

7 Phillip Back - D7 

8 Wilton Gant - D8 

9 Robert Combs - D9 

10 Randy Burden -DIO 

1 1 Larry Farmer - Dl 1 

12 Donald Hayes -D12 

13 Fred Harper -Dl 3 

14 Rick Sang -D14 

15 Rogers Powell -Dl 5 

16 Gary Richardson - D16 
17VersonWiison-D17 

18 Norm Weaver -Dl 8 

19 Bill Hardin -Dl 9 

20 Donald Skaggs - D20 

21 John Huggins - D21 

22 Lucian Yates - D22 

23 Marilyn Hohmann - D23 

24 Rex Robinson - D24 

25 Jay Levine - D25 

26 Doug Beckhart - D26 

27 Harold Russell - D27 

28 Tom Cheaney - D28 

29 Jim Huggins - D29 

30 Lany Baraett - D30 

3 1 Bobby Simpson - D3 1 

32 John Money - D32 

33 Robert J. Young - D33 

34 Glen Wise - D34 

35 Bill Hina - D35 

36 John Gross - D36 

37 Kalhy Johnston - D37 

38 Leslie Christie - D38 

39 Duane Lambert - D39 

40 Larry E. Kelsch - D40 

41 Gary W. Lawson - D41 

42 Danny Haney - D42 

43 Jackie Austin - D43 

44 Bill Patton - D44 

45 Mike Stratton - D45 

46 Kearney Lykins - D46 

47 George Horton - D47 

48 Chuck Eckler - D48 

49 Larry Gritton - D49 

50 Larry Warren - D50 

51 Dudley Hilton -D51 

52 Wallace R. Napier - D52 
53SheiTill Slone-D53 

54 Omus Shepherd - D54 

55 Dook Kent Combs - D55 

56 Billy Joe Robinson - D56 

57 Owen Bamett - D57 

58 Frankie Francis - D58 

59 Thomas Swartz - D59 

60 Randy D. McCoy - D60 

61 J.D. Trimble -D61 

62 Dwight Johnson - D62 

63 John Reed - D63 

64 Jerry Umberger - D64 

65 Sheila Gilrealh, President 

66 Jinunie Reed, Exec. Sec. 

67 Bill Hill, President 



School 

Fulton County H.S. 
Paducah Tilghman H.S. 
Ballard Memorial H.S. 
Marshall County H.S. 
Crittenden County H.S. 
Webster County H.S. 
Dawson Springs H.S. 
Christian County H.S. 
Apollo H.S. 
Butler County H.S. 
Trinity H.S. 
McLean County H.S. 
Todd Central H.S. 
Greenwood H.S. 
Allen County/Scottsville HS 
Metcalfe County H.S. 
Meade County H.S. 
Green County H.S. 
Washington County H.S. 
Taylor County H.S. 
Shawnee H.S. 
Westen HS 
FairdaleRS. 
DeSalesH.S. 
Male H.S 
Christian Academy 
Jeffersontown H.S. 
Eastern H.S. 
Spencer County H.S. 
Anderson County H.S. 
Carroll County H.S. 
Grant County H.S. 
Conner H.S. 
Ludlow H.S. 
Holmes H.S. 
Campbell County H.S. 
Bourbon County HS. 
Deming H.S. 
Mason County H.S. 
Bath County H.S. 
Franklin County H.S. 
Lexington Catholic H.S. 
Henry Clay H.S. 
Berea H.S. 
Lincoln County RS. 
Harrodsburg H.S. 
Wayne County RS. 
Somerset RS. 
Oneida Baptist Institute 
Barix)urville RS. 
Bell County RS. 
Evarts RS. 
Letcher H.S. 
Leslie County RS. 
Cordia H.S. 
Wolfe County RS. 
Magoffm County H.S. 
Floyd County Schools 
Pikeville RS. 
Elkhom City RS. 
Menifee County H.S. 
Elliott County RS. 
Greenup County H.S. 
Paul Blazer H.S. 
Fairview RS. 
Washington County H.S. 
Woodford County RS. 



Altemate 

Phillip Rudolph - Al 

Sanuny L. Workman - A3 
Joe David Smith - A4 
Edward Doom - A5 
Howard Crittcnden-A6 
Fred Nallia - A7 
Marshall Patterson - A8 
Harold Staples - A9 
Randy Ursrey - AlO 
Rob Cox - Al 1 
Walter Freeman - A12 
Art Douglas - Al 3 
Peggy L. Cowles - A14 
David Young - A15 
David Warinner - A16 
Charles Meyer - Al 7 
Nelson Moore - Al 8 
Tom Hamilton - A19 
Robert Davenport - A20 
Terry Shin kIe-A21 
Paul Dennison - A22 
Butch Greschel - A23 
Dave Bennett - A24 
Bob Jacobs - A25 
Darrell Fox - A26 
Warren Shelton - A27 
Bob Stewart - A28 
Loimie Dawson - A29 
Kenneth Gray - A30 
Ron Livingood - A3 1 
Kirk Hamsley - A32 
Owen Hauck - A33 
Bob Burnett - A34 
Ken Turner - A35 
Tom Duffy - A36 
Gary Dearborn - A3 7 
Joe Bain - A38 
Lex Turner - A39 
Steve Garrett - A40 
Gary Moore - A41 
Frank Conyers - A42 
Grant Robinson - A43 
Ed Miracle - A44 
Shaimon Hatter - A45 
Alvis Johnson - A46 
Larry Kinnett - A47 
G.J. Smith - A48 
Donald Moore - A49 
Vencil Phipps - A50 
J.D. Strange -A51 
David Johnson - A52 
Arthur "Ozz" Jackson 
Harold Combs - A54 
Bobby Ralph Smith - A55 
Charles Tapley - A56 
Darmy Adams - A57 
Al Osborne - A58 
Jerry Meade - A59 
David Rowe - A60 
Brian Miller -A61 
Harlan Fleming - A62 
John Stephens - A63 
Brice Thombury - A64 



School 

Hickman County RS. 

Ballard Memorial RS. 
Mayfield H.S. 
Livingston Central RS. 
Henderson County RS. 
Dawson Springs H.S. 
Ft. Campbell RS. 
Owensboro Catholic RS. 
Muhlenberg South RS. 
Breckinridge County HS 
Ohio County RS. 
Todd Central H.S. 
Greenwood RS. 
Allen County/Scottsville HS 
Clinton County H.S. 
Fort Knox RS. 
Green County H.S. 
Washington County RS. 
Marion County H.S. 
Valley H.S. 
Western HS 
Fairdale H.S. 
Southern RS. 
DuPont Manual RS. 
Seneca H.S. 
Moore H.S. 
Waggoner RS. 
Bullitt East RS. 
Eminence RS. 
Gallatin County RS. 
Williamstown H.S. 
Boone County RS. 
Beecbwood H.S. 
Hohnes H.S. 
Highlands H.S. 
Harrison County RS. 
Deming H.S. 
St Patrick RS. 
Estill County RS. 
Franklin County RS. 
Jessamine County RS. 
Henry Clay RS. 
Madison Central RS. 
Lincoln County HS. 
Harrodsburg H.S. 
Russell County RS. 
Laurel County H.S. 
Jackson County RS. 
Barbourville H.S. 
Bell County H.S. 
Harlan H.S. 
Whitesburg RS. 
M.C. Napier RS. 
Cordia RS. 
Wolfe County RS. 
Magoffm County RS. 
Betsy Layne RS. 
Shelby Valley H.S. 
Johns Creek H.S. 
Menifee County RS. 
East Carter RS. 
Raceland RS. 
Boyd County RS. 



ATHLETE/Febniary 1992 




1991 BOYS' STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPION 
HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 

Front Row: Kristen DiUion, Kimberly Guiler, Colleen Bell, 
Holly Jane, Bethany Cooper, Cassie Stivers - 
Back Row: Shannon Faulkner, Wendy Dishong, 
Kimberly Gray, Jennifer Walton, Leeanne Lancaster, 
Jennifer Bova, Laura Ann Cole. 





1991 GIRLS' STATE-AT-LARGE 
CHAMPION 
GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 

Front Row: Lynette Abdon, Lori Morton - Middle Row: Jimmie 
Jordan, Datha Waugh, Darlene Howard - Back Row: Heather 
Hayden, Glenda Davis, Carrie Sammons, Biffy Colegrove, Jennifer 
Smith, Andrea Reeves, Lori Stultz. 




1991 BOYS' 

"SWEET SIXTEEN" CHAMPIONS 

GREENUP COUNTY fflGH SCHOOL 



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1991 GIRLS' 

"SWEET SIXTEEN" CHAMPIONS 

MARSHALL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




Front Row: Amy Leeper, Nicole Alexander - Middle Row: Melanie 
Smothers, Heather Rose, Jalonda Stokes - Back Row: Amy Morefield, 
Traci Wynn, Joanna Roy 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Participating cheerleader and 
cheerleading coaches registration: all 
cheerleading squads and/or coaches 
are asked to stop by the KAPOS table 
to: 

1) Register your squad. 

2) Pick up important information 
and materials for you and your 
school. 

Along with a KAPOS board 
member, there will be high school 
cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their 
hostess armbands. Feel free to ask 
them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be 
interviewed by one of the radio 
commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that 
you register your seat, row and 
section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the 
guides could not locate the desired 
person in time for the interview. 

HospitaUty Room: May we remind 
all cheerleadmg coaches and cheer- 
leaders. We cordially invite you to 
have refreshments, sociahze with 
fiiends, exchange ideas and perh^s 
get help with your problems. 



"Sweet 1 6 Cheerleading Squads: 
ATTENTION PRINCIPALS! If your 
team will be participating in the State 
Tournament, included in the packet 
sent to you by the KHSAA will be a 
letter pertaining to your cheerleading 
squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay all information to your 
cheerleading coach. We request that 
you cheerleaders be chaperoned by a 
well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with your 
cheerleading coach's name, must be 
contained in the letter of confirma- 
tion which you will receive. This 
letter must be in the hands of the 
KAPOS officer prior to the time that 
your cheerleaders take the floor. 

IMPORTANT! Please be sure that 
your school is a paid member of 
KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to 
compete for the cheerleading awards 
in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these will be determined 
by use of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, 
a copy of which appears in the 
KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor 
outstanding cheerleading squads with 
the recognition they so well deserve. 
All cheerleader awards will be 
presented between games on Friday 
night of the State Tournament. The 
awards are as follows: 



The winning cheerleader squad 
in the Boys' Sweet Sixteen will 
receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; in 
the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom 
Mills Award. The runner-up 
cheerleading squad will receive a 
trophy, with the third and fourth 
place squads being awarded plaques. 
In addition, the special K-Pep Award 
will be presented. All tournament 
cheerleading squads and their 
coaches are asked to be located close 
to the playing floor so they can easily 
come on the floor should they be 
called for an award. 

GOVERNOR JONES 
DECLARES GOOD 
SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be 
Good Sportsmanship Month, KAPOS 
has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at 
tournament time. Being a good sport 
is part of being a good citizen. We 
don't believe that good citizens need 
to be reminded to exempUfy good 
sportsmanship. However, it is 
especially fitting at tournament time 
to remind all citizens that it is a 
privilege to be able to attend the 
games and that each individual can 
contribute to the success of the 
tournament if he wiU abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed 
proclaimed by Governor Jones. The 
Governor's proclamation is on 
display at the KAPOS table. 



6- i ATHLETE/February 1992 



KAPOS NEW& . .cent 

STATE-AT-LARGE 
CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to 
cheerleading squads other than those 
sixteen fortunate enough to partici- 
pate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will 
receive the Jane Meyer trophy, while 
the runner-up will receive the the 
KAPOS President's Trophy. Plaques 
will be given to the third and fourth 
place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, 
all squads that are KAPOS members 
are eligible to be judged for the honor 
of representing their district in the 
KAPOS Region-at-Large 
cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district 
will progress to the region. In turn 
the girls' varsity winner and runner- 
up and the boys' winner and runner- 
up from each region is allowed to 
compete for the title of State- At- 
Large Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Boys' State- At- 
Large winners will take place at 8:30 
a.m. on Saturday, March 28 in 
Shepherdsville at BulUtt Central 
High School. 

Judging for the Girls' State- At- 
Large winners will take place at 8:30 
a.m. on Saturday, March 21 in 
Lexington at Memorial Coliseum. 
The pubhc is invited to these 
outstanding events. The admission 
charge of $4.00 will go toward the 
expenses of KAPOS scholarship 
award, details of which are supplied 
below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, 
trophies will be awarded to the top 
squads, in addition to several special 
awards. 

NOTES TO ALL 
ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to 
our SOS in releasing teaching 
personnel to assist with the many 
tasks necessary to keep this organiza- 
tion fiinctioning effectively. 



Again, we need judges and 
personnel help at the tournament. 
This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backlH'eaking, 
tiresome work. However, we have 
many dedicated persons who have 
indicated a willingness to help share 
these duties provided they get a 
release from their administrators. 
Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seeking your understanding and 
cooperation should you be asked to 
release a teacher from his or her 
duties to help carry on the work that 
KAPOS is doing to make 
cheerleading a worthwhile educa- 
tional experience in the State of 
Kentucky. 

STELLA S. GILB 
SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually 
award the Stella S. Gilb Scholarship 
to outstanding cheerleaders from 
Kentucky. In 1991, KAPOS awarded 
1 $500 scholarships to well- 
deserving cheerleaders. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential 
scholarship winner, so get your 
applications in early. AppUcations 
must be turned in no later than April 
30. Contact a KAPOS board member 
or officer for application forms, or 
pick them up at the State Tournament 
KAPOS Table. 

KAPOS SERVICES 

* Maintains an affihation with 
the KHSAA in order that we may 
help them and they may assist us in 
any way possible to promote good 
sportsmanship in the state of 
Kentucky. 

* Maintains continual communi- 
cation with cheerleading coaches in 
the state to ascertain their needs, 
problems, suggestions and criticism. 

* Publishes The Handbook of 
the Kentucky Association of Pep 
Sponsors. 

* Holds judging clinics to 
promote better understanding 
between cheerleading coaches and 
judges, and to encourage consistency 
in interpretation of KAPOS rules and 
recommendations. 

* Sponsors awards to 
outstanding cheerleading squads at 
the district, regional and state levels. 



* Sp(Mis<»'s the judging of 
outstanding cheerleading squads at 
the State Tournament for the "Sweet 
16" Competition. 

* Sponsors Sportsmanship 
Month during the month of March. 

* Hosts die KAPOS table and 
the KAPOS Hospitality Room at the 
State Tournament both Boys' and 
Girls'. 

* Sponsors the Stella S. Gilb 
Scholarship, an educational scholar- 
ship awarded each year to outstand- 
ing and deserving cheerleaders in 
Kentucky. 

* Presents Cheerleading Coach 
of the Year Award" for both Girls' 
and Boys' Coaches. 

* Presents the "Pat Dooley K- 
Pep Award' ' in each region and state 
tournament. 

* Members serve as instructors 
and judges as requested by the 
various groups (KHSAA, YMCA, 
NCA, schools, etc.) 

* Sponsors the Kentucky 
Cheerleading Coaches Conference 
annually during July or August in 
Lexington. 

* Sponsors a Medical Sympo- 
sium designed for cheerleading 
coaches. 

MEMBERSHIP 
REQUIREMENTS 

Membership La KAPOS is open 
to all schools who are affiliated with 
a school system in Kentucky. Dues 
are $2.00 per varsity cheerleader plus 
$2.00 for the coach, and entitle the 
school to membership in the organi- 
zation for the fiscal year from July 1 
through June 30. 

Dues should be paid to the 
treasurer of KAPOS by December 
15. A membership card will then be 
retumed to you. A KAPOS hand- 
book is mailed to all high school 
principals at the beg innin g of each 
school year. 




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FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 



The events for the State Swimming Meets will be the same as those hsted in the K.H.S. A.A. Constitution and By- 
Laws. Swimming Regulation, on p^e 57. NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 Freestyle for the regional 
meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 30 seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet are February 21 & 22, 1992. The site will be at Lancaster Aquatic Center, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington, KY. Mr. Tim Cahill will manage the meet. The girls and boys meets will be run together. The 
schools are divided in the following regions. 



LOUISVILLE REGION 

Manager: Marty OToole 
Site: Lakeside/Crescent Hill 

Girls: Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Brown, Butler, 
Central, Doss duPont Manual, Eastern, Evangel, Holy 
Cross, Holy Rosary, Ky. Country Day, Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure Ridge Paric, 
Sacred Heart, Seneca, Shawnee, Shelby Co., South 
Oldham, St. Francis, Trinity, Waggener. 

Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Brown, Butler, Central, 
DeSales, Eastern, Evangel, Fern Creek, Ky. Country Day, 
Louisville Collegiate, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Seneca, Shawnee, Shelby Co., South Oldham, St. 
Francis, St. Xavier, Trinity, Waggener. 



WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Dale Baggett 

Site: Hopkinsville High School 

Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Central 
Hardin, Daviess Co., Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Heath, Henderson Co., Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, 
Lone Oak, Mad.-N. Hopkins, Marion Co., Mayfield, 
Murray, North Hardin, Ohio Co., Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Paducah Tilghman, Russellville, South 
Hopkins, Taylor Co., University Heights. 

Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Central 
Hardin, Daviess Co., EUzabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort 
Knox, Heath, Henderson Co., Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, 
Lone Oak, Mad.-N. Hopkins, Marion Co., Mayfield, 
Murray, North Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Paducah Tilghman, Russellville, South Hopkins, Taylor 
Co., University Heights. 



CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Tim Cahill 

Site: Model/Eastem Kentucky Unvieristy 

Girls: Barbourville, Bourbon Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fairview, Frankhn Co., George Rogers Clark, 
Henry Clay, Jessamine Co., Johnson Central, June 
Buchanan, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knox Central, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Laurel Co., Lexington 
Catholic, Lexington Christian, Madison Central, Madi- 
son Southern, Model, Monticello, Oneida Baptist, Paris, 
Paul Dunbar, Russell, Sayre, Scott Co., Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford Co., Woodbridge. 

Boys: Barbourville, Bourbon Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fairview, Franklin Co., Henry Clay, Jessamine 
Co., Johnson Central, June Buchanan, Ky. School Ct 
Deaf, Knott County Central, Knox Central, Lafayette, 
Laurel Co., Lexington Catholic, Lexington Christian, 
Madison Central, Madison Southern, Model, Monticello, 
Oneida Baptist, Paris, Paul Dunbar, Russell, Sayre, Scott 
Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co., 
Woodbridge. 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Dave Webb 
Site: Scott High School 

Girls: Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., Boyd Co., 
Campbell Co., Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central CathoUc, Notre Dame, Paul Blazer, St. Henry, 
Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna. 

Boys: Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone Co., Boyd Co., 
Campbell Co., Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington 
Latin, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, 
Paul Blazer, Scott, Simon Kenton. 



8- I ATHLETE/Febniary 1992 



1991-91 Certified and Approved Basketball Officials 

A large number of KHSAA registered officials have qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and 
Approved as a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. Only officials receiving these 
higher ratings are eligible to work in the district and regional tournaments. Only Certified officials 
are eligible to work in the state tournament. 

Rating Changes, Basketball Part H Test 



Change to Certified 

Allen, Thomas N. 
Beckett, David E. 
Brandon, III, Chesley 
E. 

Branscum, Wade 
Chevalier, Ken 
Conway, Jack L. 
Craig, Cecil 
Damron, David G. 
Davis, C. E. (Sonny) 
Follett, Barry 
Francis, David B. 
Fuson, David 
Gant, Kenneth M. 
Hendley, Steve 
Hershberger, Clyde 
Hicks, Mark 
Hurley, Jerry M. 
Johnson, Timothy 
Kitchen, Billy R. 
Lewas, Larry Allen 
Lewis, Paul B. 
Mann, Cathy L. 
McDowell, Gregory 
Wayne 

McFarland, Danny J. 
McGaha, Darryl L. 
Miller, Douglas 
Montgomery, Michael 
Ray 

Moore, Danny 
Ormes, Jerry 
Palmer, Russell B. 
Philpot, Michael D. 
Puckett, Jeffrey G. 
Ray, James L. 
Richie, Wyatt 
Ruddell, Mark T. 
Showalter, Charles C. 
Sparks, Tom 
Wilhite, Karen 



Anderson, Fred 
Arnold, James S. 
Bailey, James L. 
Ballard, Kenny 
Ballenger, Eric 
Black, Gregory K. 
Bledsoe, A. L. 
Blevins, Michael 
Booth, Jason Dale 
Bradley, Jr., W. O. 
Bridgewater, Gary D. 
Buky, Greg 
Carte, Larry 
Caudill, Jeff 
Caudill, John W. 
Clark, John Bascom 
Conn, Curtis Dale 
Comett, Ron 
Cothem, Rick 
Courtney, Todd 
Covington, Richard K. 
Cowan, Ronnie 
Dunn, Harry Allen 
Elmore, Garland S. 
Ferguson, Jr., Haywood 
Fogelman, Michael A. 
Foutch, John 
Gilpin, James M. 
Gottbrath, Vincent H. 
Greathouse, Jerome 
Hamilton, Roger Dale 
Haney, Everett Allen 
Hardison, Keith 
Harris, John Doran 
Haselwood, Charles 
Hembree, Kevin 
Hering, Stephen R. 
Hollon, Jeffrey Lee 
Hunter, Fred F. 
Johnson, Lonnie 
Keene, James 
Keith, Mike 



Change to Approved 

King, Alan 
Kleffinan, Ken 
Knight, Bumie 
LaMastus, Jim 
Liebert, Larry K. 
Logsdon, David 
Michael 

Louden, Jr., Hubert C. 
Lyle, Gary Q. 
Mathis, Robin Kevin 
May, Bobby Neal 
McDaniel, Jack 
McElwain, Brian 
McKieman, Terence J. 
Mears, David C. 
Meffert, Raymond 
Merriss, Ken 
Messinger, Keith 
Meyer, Dennis A. 
Miller, Dave 
Murphy, Patrick M. 
Napier, Glenn 
Napier, Randall 
O'Nan, Bernard 
Olson, Leonard Wayne 
Pardue, Kevin R. 
Parsons, Rick 
Pendergraft, Darin 
Powell, Sallie L. 
Powers, Steve 
Rainey, Alicia 
Richardson, Larry 
Riley, Vance T. 
Robison, Timothy E. 
Rogers, Jr., Charles T 
Rogers, Frederick 
Rolfes, Michael P. 
Rose, Gary Brent 
Roy, Dwnght M. 
Scarlett, James B. 
Singleton, Bobby Joe 
Slusher, Kenneth 
Smedley, Bob 



Stewart, Marvin 
Summers, Edward 
Tackett, Archie 
Thomsberry, Danny 
Thomsberry, Tommy 
Thomsbury, Jerry 
Tuggle, Tom 
Urlage, William J. 
UrqiSiart, Jamie 
Weakley, Scott 
Webb, Sr., James A. 
Werner, Jr., Don 
White, Rick 




! ATHLETE/February 1992 - 9 



1991-92 DISTRICT AND REGIONAL WRESTLING MANAGERS 



DISTRICT MANAGERS 



WEST JEFFERSON 
Paul Dennison 
Western High School 
250 1 Rockford Lane 
Louisville 40216 



CENTRAL JEFFERSON 
Kenny EUenbrand 
Trinity High School 
4011 Shelbyville Road 
Louisville 40207 



EAST JEFFERSON 
Tom Cheaney 
Eastern High School 
12400 Old Shelbyville Road 
Louisville 40243 



NORTHERN KENTUCKY 

BUlHina 

Holmes High School 

2500 Madison Ave. 

Covington 41014 



OLDHAM COLOsrri' 

Tom Peterson 

Oldham County High School 

P.O. Box 187 

Buckner 40010 



HARDIN COUNTY 
Charhe Lynch 
North Hardin High School 
801 S. Logsdon Pkwy 
Radcliff 40160 



WESTERN KENTUCKY 
Dennis Walls 

Union County High School 
Rt. 4, Box 61 
Morganfield 42437 



HENRY CLAY 
Norman Powell 
Henry Clay High School 
2100 Fontaine Rd 
Lexington 40502 



REGIONAL MANAGERS 



HENRY CLAY/FRANKFORT 
Norman Powell 
Henry Clay High School 
2100 Fontaine Rd40 11 
Lexington 40502 



WEST/CENTRAL JEFFERSON 
Larry Mann (at Trinity) 
Kentucky School f/t Blind 
Shelbyville Road 
LouisviUe 40207 



CALDWELL COUNTYAVESTERN KENTUCKY 

Ronald Oliver 

Caldwell County High School 

Rt. l,Boxl37B 

Princeton 42445 



EAST JEFFERSON/NORTHERN KENTUCKY 
Wayne Badida 
Conner High School 
3310 Cougar Path 
Hebron 41048 



STATE FINALS MANAGERS 



Larry Maim, Manager 
Kentucky School f/t Blind 
1 867 Frankfort Ave, Box 6005 
LouisviUe 40206 



^ r 



Sandy Callahan, Assistant Manager 
Atlierton High school 
3000 Dundee Road 
LouisviUe 40205 



10- i ATHDLETE/February 1992 



MINUTES OF THE DECEMBER BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, Kentucky on Thursday, December 
5, 1991. The meeting was called to order by President Alvis Johnson at 1:00 
p.m. with all Board members present. Also present were Commissioner Billy 
Wise, Assistant Commissioner Lany Boucher and Business Manager Julian 
Tackett. The invocation was given by Ray Story. 

Stan Steidel made a motion that the Agenda be amended to move the 
Committee Meetings to Friday at 8:00 a.m. Jack Pottwood seconded the 
motion. Ray Story moved to table the motion, seconded by Marvin Moore. 
The motion to table passed unanimously. 

Claudia Hicks made a motion, seconded by Hany Jansing, that the 
minutes of the October 12, 1991 meeting of the Board be approved. Gene 
Brooks called for the following correction: "In the event the school plays an 
out-of-state school (in a Hall of Fame Basketball Contest), the payment shall 
be $150 ." The motion passed unanimously with the minutes being corrected 
as requested. 

Roland Williams made a motion that the minutes of the November 6, 
1991 meeting be approved. Gene Brooks seconded the motion which passed. 
Eddie Saylor moved to approve the minutes of the November 22nd East 
Eligibility Conunittee Meeting. Stan Steidel seconded the motion which 



Following a discussion of the October 1 through November 30 bills, 
Ray Story made a motion to accept. Harty Jansing seconded the motion 
which passed. 

Following the hearings of all appeals, the following actions were taken 

by the Board: 

David Snyder - P.L. Dunbar H.S. - Eligibility denied 

Hung Kim Tran, Tu Thanh Tran, Hoang V. Nguyen, Tai Thanh 

Tran & Chuong Do - Iroquois H.S. - Eligibility reinstated 
Steve Wisher - Dixie Heights H.S. - Eligibility denied 
David Freeman - Paducah Tilghman H.S. - Tabled until January 

Richard McGraw - Trigg County H.S. - Eligibility denied 
Fasion Hayes - Lafayette H.S. - Eligibility denied 
Jeff Perry - Central Hardin H.S. - Eligibility reinstated but to 

remain on probation until the end of the school year 

A recess was called at 4:00 p.m. until Friday, December 6, at 8:00 a.m. 

President Johnson reconvened the Board of Control meeting at 8:00 
a.m. on Friday, December 6, 1991, with all Board members present. 

Commissioner Wise recommended the following District Basketball 
Tournament Site Rotation Plan for District #54: 

M.C. Napier H.S. - 1992 

Hazard H.S. - 1993 

Buckhora H.S. - 1994 

Dilce Combs H.S. - 1995 

Leslie County H.S. - 1996 
Eddie Saylor moved to accept Mr. Wise's recommendation. However, in the 
event of consolidation, the next school in the rotation would host the 
tournament Sandy Allen seconded the motion which passed. 

Following a presentation by representatives of BK District #11, the 
Board approved the following Rotation Plan provided facilities are as 
promised with regard to safety: 

Hancock County H.S. - 1992 

Trinity H.S. - 1993 

Frederick Fraize H.S. - 1994 

Breckinridge Co.H.S. - 1995 

President Johnson then called on Marvin Moore, Chairman of the 
Basketball Conmiittee for their report. Mr. Moore discussed the following 
items: 



i) Request that Casey County be moved from the 48th to the 45th 
District The Commissioner was requested to notify all schools in the 45th & 
48th Districts and invite them to attend the January meeting for discussion. 

b) Assignment of OfHcials for the District & Regional Tourna- 
ments. Upon the recommendation of the committee, officials will stay within 
their district for district tournaments and go out of the region for the regional 
tournaments. Eddie Saylor made a motion to approve the recommendation. 
Stan Steidel seconded the motion which passed. 

The following Basketball Tournament Report was given: 
Boys ticket sales through this date: $341,522.00 
Giris ticket sales through this date: $21,250.00 

It was reported that the boys ticket sales were ahead of last year and the girls 
ticket sales were slightly below sales at this same period last year. 

President Johnson then asked for the All-Sports Committee report Sandy 
Alien, Chairperson, made the following reconunendations to the Board: 

a) Request from Owensboro Catholic H.S. that Henderson County 
be moved out of the present soccer district The committee recommended 
that the request be denied and that the district alignment remain the same in 
Regions I & H. 

b) Request from Owen County to move Walton Verona from 
District #32 to District #33 in baseball. Stan Steidel moved to table this 
request Frank Cardwell seconded the motion which passed. 

Following is the Football Committee's report by Chairman Ray Story. 

■) Recommend that no action be taken on moving Lexington 

Catholic to another District. 

b) Allow Eminence to design a plan for the Class A schools and 
present it to the Board at its January meeting. Sandy Allen moved to approve 
the Football Committee's recommendations. Frank Cardwell seconded the 
motion which passed 11-1. 

The Board next discussed the K.H.S.A.A. sports committees and how 
they are structured. Asst. Commissioners Boucher, DeVries and Stout 
informed the Board how the members of each committee were chosen. 
President Johnson appointed Stan Steidel and Claudia Hicks to serve on a 
committee to work with I^rry Boucher, Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout for 
the purpose of setting up a structure for sports committees. 

Commissioner Wise then discussed with Board members proposals 
submitted by member schools which are to be considered by the 1992 
Delegate Assembly. Topics included in the proposals are: a) Board 
members shall be principals; b) Board members shall hold a valid teaching 
certificate; and c) Change in By-Law 8 and By-Law 25. 

Roland Williams moved to go into Executive Session. Stan Steidel 
seconded the motion which passed. Following a closed session. Gene 
Brooks moved to retum to Open Session, seconded by Roland Williams. 
Motion passed. 

Commissioner Wise advised the Board of the status of the new 
K.H.S.A.A. Office and Hall of Fame Building. Stan Steidel made a motion 
giving the Commissioner the authority to write a letter to KET giving them 
until December 12 to respond to a proposal to purchase the present facilities. 
If no bid is forthcoming at that time, the K.H.S.A.A. will assume they are not 
interested in purchasing the property. Frank Cardwell seconded the motion 
which passed. 

The next meeting of the Board will be held in Louisville at the 
Executive Inn during the Louisville Invitational Tournament Committee 
meetings will be held on Thursday, January 16, and the regular meeting will 
be held at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, January 17. 

There being no further business, Roland Williams made a motion that 
the meeting be adjourned. Jack Portwood seconded the motion which 



i ATHLETE/Febniary 1992 - 11 



Quality 
Video 



The new leadership of your Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association wants there to be one word associated 

with every service we provide. . QUALITY. That's why 
we've hired a professional video production company to 

handle the videotaping of our state championship events. 

We tape these events due to the limited space available for 

schools and fans to tape contests and to eliminate the 

problems caused when many fans wish to tape the same 

contest, particularly in a crowded facility. 

Our new video program will make it possible for you to 
obtain a Professional "Broadcast Quality" 

video tape at a reasonable price. 

The special student or team that is responsible for your 

interest in high school athletics takes pride in the 

opportunity to compete in a state championship. We want 

to provide you with Quality memories 

that you can enjoy for years to come. 

If you are interested in ordering a tape simply complete the 
form below and mail it to us. 

For a list of available videos from previous state championships, 
call or write the KHSAA. 



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Please attach a list of the games you wish to orde 
Include Year, Sport, and Teams Involved. 

The cost per tape is $29.95. This includes 
production, handling and shipping. 

Payment is due with order. 

Please allow six to eight weeks for delivery. 



MENUTES OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETEVG 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met in a Special Called Meeting on 
Monday, December 23, 1991, at the KHSAA. Office m 
Lexington, Kentucky. The meeting was called to order by 
President Alvis Johnson at 9:00 a.m. with all Board members 
present except Gene Brooks and Harry Jansing. Commis- 
sioner Billy Wise and Business Manager Julian Tackett were 
also present. The invocation was given by Julian Tackett. 

The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the following 
items: Member Schools Dues, Regional Basketball Sites 
and the sale of the KHSAA. headquarters on Cooper 
Drive 

Commissioner Wise discussed the possibility of 
obtaming sponsorships for the Boys and Girls Basketball 
Tournaments, gave a status report on the new building 
including a move in date around the first of February, and 
the Association's need to recognize an additional $300,000. 
in receipts beginning with the 1992-93 fiscal year. 

A lengthy discussion ensued regarding avenues to raise 
the needed revenue. Regarding the option of restructuring 
the member schools dues, Frank Cardwell made a motion 
that a new fee schedule be implemented for the 1992-93 
school year and leave the billing procedure open. Claudia 
Hicks seconded the motion. Roland Williams moved to 
table the vote until the January meeting giving Board 
members an opportimity to discuss the matter within their 
regions and get feedback. Ray Story seconded the motion. 
The motion to table passed by a 5^ vote. Following fiirther 
discussion, Frank Cardwell made a motion to send the 
Board's recommended procedure for raising additional 
fiinds— that being to increase Membership Dues and provide 
multiple payments for such— to member schools and advise 
them that the plan will be implemented at the January 
meeting of the Board. Schools may call their respective 
Board member with input and recommend an alternate plan. 
Eddie Saylor seconded the motion. The motion passed by a 
vote of 6-2 with 2 abstentions. 

The Regional Basketball Tournament Sites on the 
following page were recommended by Commissioner Wise: 

There being no further business to come before the 
Board, Frank Cardwell moved for adjournment. Roland 
Williams seconded the motion which passed. 



12- I ATHLETE/February 1992 



SITES FOR 1992 REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS SELECTED 

On Janxiary 22 Commissioner Billy V. Wise announced the host sites for the 1992 Boy's and Girl's Regional 
Basketball Tournaments. The Regional Tournaments are slated to begin the week of March 9th, the exact dates and 
times will be announced by the regional managers or host schools. The venues are as follows: 





Boys 


Girls 


1st 






Region 


Murray State University 


Murray State University 


2nd 






Region 


Hopkinsville 


Webster County 


3rd 






Region 


Hancock County 


Breckinridge County 


4th 
Region 


Western Kentucky University 


Barren County 


5th 






Region 


Central Hardin 


Adair County 


6th 






Region 


Valley 


Valley 


7th 






Region 


Ballard 


Ballard 


8th 






Region 


Henry County 


Oldham County 


9th 






Region 


Holmes 


Northern Kentucky University 


10th 






Region 


Mason County 


Bourbon County 


11th 






Region 


Memorial Coliseiun (TC) 


Western Hills 


12th 






Region 


Pulaski County 


Boyle Coimty 


13th 






Region 


Clay County 


Clay Coxmty 


14th 






Region 


Breathitt County 


M.C. Napier 


15th 






Region 


Allen Central 


Betsy Layne 


16th 






Region 


Morehead State University 


Boyd County 




"75 Year^of Service to Kentucky's High Schools' 



KHSAA 



SALUTES 

THE lOOTH ANNIVERSARY 

OF BASKETBALL 



A season like this comes along once in 100 years. 

The Basketball Centennial is a celebration of the 

spirit and tradition unique to the game of basketball. 



KHSAA 



is excited to share in the 100th Anniversary 

celebration, and proud to be part of this 

historic 1991-92 season! 




BASKETBALL 




CENTENNIAL 




CELEBRATE A CENTURY 
OF BASKETBALL 



14- i ATHLETE/February 1992 



ENCROACHMENT PROCEDURES AMONG 
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RULES CHANGES 



Beginning with the 1992 high school football 
seascm, encroachment restrictions will begin when the 
center places his hands on the football rather than when 
the center makes the final adjustment of the ball. 

This was one of seven rules changes approved by 
the National Federation Football Rules Committee at its 
January 6-8 meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Dick Schindler, assistant director of the National 
Federation and editor of the high school football rules, 
said although the encroachment procedure probably 
ranked as the most important rules change, the committee 
did not make any huge changes. 

' 'We are extremely satisfied with the game of 
high school football as it is today, and that is reflected 
with only seven rules changes," Schindler said. "The 
committee is concerned with illegal contact and sports- 
manship, and it addressed those concerns in the Points of 
Emphasis." 

With encroachment restrictions previously 
beginning when the center made the final adjustment of 
the ball, Schindler said problems had surfaced in deter- 
mining when the final adjustment occurred. Henceforth, 
centers will not be able to take their hands off the ball 
after placing them on the ball. 

In a related change, the committee voted to 
prohibit linemen between the two ends from moving off 
the line after having placed their hands near the ground, 
this would be a false start. 

Schindler said teams no longer will be able to re- 
huddle to change signals. "As a result of these changes, 1 
think teams will send their linemen to the line of scrim- 
mage before the center puts his hands on the ball." 

The committee also addressed running the 
"fiunblerooskie" or "guard around" made famous a 
number of years ago by the University of Nebraska. The 
rules group said teams may not play similar to the 
ftimblerooskie, i.e., a planned loose ball, without fiirst 
informing the referee prior to the play. 

' 'this change was made so that officials will be 
prepared to properly call such a play," Schindler said. 
"If officials have no foreknowledge of the play, they 
would not be able to identify a planned loose ball." 

In another rules change, if a player on the 
offensive or kicking team goes out of bounds prior to 
change of possession and returns, it becomes a foul at the 
time of his return. The illegal participation foul would be 
a 15-yard penalty. 



Schindler noted, however, that if the player is 
pushed out of bounds and returns at the first opportunity, 
it would be a legal play. He said the intent of the change 
is to penahze players who intentionally go out of bounds 
to gain an advantage. 



"We are extremely satisfied with the 
game of high school football as it is 
today, and that is reflected with only 
seven rules changes," Dick Schindler 



Another option was given to the receiving team 
on a kickoff when the ball is kicked out of bounds. In 
addition to the options of a five-yard penalty and re-kick, 
or putting the ball in play at the in-boimds spot, teams 
also will have the choice of putting the ball in play 15 
yards behind the receiving team's free-kick line, which 
would be the 35-yard line in most cases. 

In a safety move, which is the No. 1 priority of 
all National Federation rules committees, the Football 
Rules Committee mandated that rib pads and back 
protectors, if worn, must be covered by a jersey. 
Schindler said exposed pads could cause injury. 

The final change approved by the rules corrunit- 
tee involves the official end of a period. Henceforth, 
when a period officially ends, any obvious errors in 
timing no longer may be corrected. 

' 'the rules corrmiittee continued its strong stance 
towards safety and against illegal contact," Schindler 
said. "Other points of emphasis were pass interference 
and identifying eligible receivers." 

In its continuing emphasis on sportsmanship, the 
committee passed a resolution recommending that the 
National Federation Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity 
Committee study the possibility of state associations 
adopting specific penalties for imsportsmanlike conduct 
the Football Rules Committee recommended that such 
policy for unsportsmanlike conduct cover all activity 
programs, not just football. 



OFFiaAL NOMINATION FORM 



Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Hall of Fame 



The Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or administered high school athletics at 
any Kentucky high school, past or present, and to anyone who has been of service to Kentucky high school athletics, (please type all information) 



Name of person nominated: 



Address of person being nominated:, 
(or surviving relative if deceased) 



City, State, Zip: 



Telephone of person being nominated: 



Briefly list accomplishments of nominee: 



List names of school(s) where nominee was involved: 



Name of Individual submitting nomination: 



Phone: 

Comments: 



Signed: 



All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Board of Control. 



KHSAA HALT. OF FAME 



INSTRUCTIONS 



GENERAL CRITERIA 



EUglblUty 

Eligibility for the KHSAA Hall of Fame is 
based on high school accomplishments and 
contributions only. Any player who has been 
out of high school eight years or any coach, 
administrator or of!icial with 20-plus years of 
service is eligible. 

Nomlnadoas 

Anyone can nominate a person for the Hall of 
Fame. Nomination deadline this year is March 
IS. Starting in 1992, the nomination deadline 
will annually be February 1. An official 
KHSAA Hall of Fame nomination form must 
be completed for each nominee. Additional 
information can also be submitted with the 
nomination form. 

Selectton 

Fifteen people will be inducted into the Hall of 

Fame each year. 

A selection committee will meet the third 

Friday of April in Lexington to pick the 

inductees. 

Provided there are enough nominations to 
meet the criteria, a minimum of two women, 
two minority and one each from Regions 1-4, 
5-8, 9-12 and 13-16 will be among the 15 
inductees. 



All information on this form must be 
completed and received by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association before March 15. 
The completed nomination form and support 
materials should be sent to 2280 Executive 
Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. Once the 
nomination form is received by the KHSAA, 
all actions necessary to the selection process 
shall remain confidential. All information 
submitted shall be retained by the Hall of 
Fame. 

Please include a limited number of newspaper 
clippings, magazine articles and other 
supportive materials that would be helpful to 
the Hall of Fame Screening Committee. 




Nominees must exemplify the highest 
standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct 
and moral character. 

Athletes would be former student participants 
who are being nominated for their 
achievements in interscholastic athletics. 
Coaches would be considered on the merits of 
their high school coaching achievements only 
and officials on the basis of their service as a 
high school official. 

ALL CANDIDATES WILL BE 

JUDGED ON THEIR SIGNIFICANT 

AND/OR LONG-TERM 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO 

INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS. 

Accomplishments at the college or 
professional will not be considered by the 
selection committee. 




16- I ATHLETE/February 1992 



Association Appendix 



1992 Football Open Dates 



August 28 

-South Oldham 
-Wayne County 
-Cawood High 
-Fort Campbell 
-Breathitt Coimty 



Contact: Larry PhiUips (502)241-6035 
Contact: Joe Shearer (606)348-8710 
Contact: Tim Saylor (606)573-2424 
Contact: Marshall Patterson (615) 431-5056 
Contact: Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 

-Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, Indiana 

Size: Compare to Kentucky 4A school 
Contact: Bob Britt, A.D. (317)244-5852 

September 4 

-M.C.Napier Contact: Bill Dixon (606)439-1519 

-Davidson Academy, Nashville, Tennessee 

Size: Compare to Kentucky lA school 
Contact: Randy Locke (615)865-4071 



September 11 






-Rockcastle Co. 


Contact: 


TomLarkey (606)256^411 


-Middlesboro 


Contact: 


Wayne Wilson (606) 248-9435 


September 18 






-Fleming County 


Contact: 


Wendell Johnson (606) 845-6601 


-Breathitt County 


Contact: 


Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 


-Rockcastle Co. 


Contact: 


Tom Larkey (606) 256^141 1 


-Raceland 


Contact: 


BiU T.Ross (606)836-8221 



September 25 

-Oak Hills, Cinciimati, Ohio 

Size: Compare to Kentucky 4A school 
Contact: Sonny Tudor, A.D. (513) 922-2300 

-Green County Contact: Nelson Moore (502) 932-7481 

October 2 

-Portsmouth, Portsmouth Ohio Contact: John Little 

-South Oldham Contact: Larry PhiUips (502)241-6035 

-Davidson Academy, Nashville, Tennessee 

Size: Compare to Kentucky 1 A school 
Contact: Randy Locke (615)865-4071 

-Marion County Contact: Sam Simpson (502) 692-6066 

October 9 

-Franklin-Simpson Contact: Walt Heath (502) 586-3273 

-Montgomery Co. Contact: Lowell King (606) 498-8768 
-Fort Campbell Contact: Marshall Patterson(615) 431-5056 
-Knott Co. Central Contact: Maurice Dixon (606) 785-3166 



October 16 

-Knott Co. Central Contact: 
-Edwards County, Illinois 

Location 
Contact 
-Clay County Contact 

-Marion County Contact 



Maurice Dixon (606)785-3166 

45 mUes Northwest of Evansville. 
BiUKinsey (618)445-2325 
Eugene Hensley (606) 598 3737 
Sam Simpson (502) 692-6066 



October 23 

-Massac High School, Metropolis, Illinois 

Size: Compare to Kentucky A school 
Contact: Steve Woodward, A.D. 

-Chaminade Julienne, Dayton, Ohio 

Size: Compare to Kentucky AA School 
Contact: Jim Place (513) 461-3740 

-ElkhomCity Contact: Jerry Childers (606)754-9098 

-Raceland Contact: BiU T. Ross (606) 836-8221 

October 30 

-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 

Contact: Mike Burcham (614) 532-5235 



1993 Football Open Dates 

September 3 

-South Dearborn, Indiana 

Contact: BiU Slayback (812)926-3772 

Girl's Basketball Open Date 

Meade County - February 6 & 13 Phone: (502) 422-4931 



Job Opening s 

Rowan County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Marvin Moore, Rowan County High School, 
100 Viking Drive, Morehead, Ky. 40351 . 

South Oldham High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Larry Phillips, Box 
549, Crestwood, KY 40014. 

Boyle County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Tom Mills, Boyle County High School, 1637 
Penyville Road, Danville, KY 40422-9775. 

Johnson Central High School seeks Head Football Coach 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Steve Butcher, Johnson Central High School, 
Rt. 276 Box 202, Paintsville, KY 41240. 



^NOTICE* 

If your school has filled an ojjen date or coaching vacancy, 
please notiiy the KHSAA. We strive to keep this section 
current and depend on you to help us avoid any confusion. 
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ATHLETE 

Official Publication of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 




KHSAA Celebrates the 75th Anniversary 
of the ''Sweet 16:' 

MARCH 

1992 




Growing For You. 




High school athletics is something every community in Kentucky has in common, and 
every community will be represented in some way in the new Dawahares / Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association's Hall of Fame and Museum. 



AboutyourK.H.S.A.A. . . 

* Your Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association serves as the 
governing agency for all 12 of 
Kentucky's high school sports. Your 
association regulates eligibility rules 
and sponsors 29 state champion- 
ships. 

• Your association is a private, non- 
profit organization that receives no 
tax funding, all of the K.H.S. A. A. 's 
of>erating budget comes from 
private donations and reciepts from 
the state championships (basketball, 
football and soccer receipts comprise 
80% of the association's revenue!) 



A helping hand. . . 

* Your association is dedicated to 
serving its member schools. That's 
why we pay the premium on a 
catastrophic life insurance plan that 
covers every student-athlete in the 
state of Kentucky. From the class- 
room to the practice field to the 
game court if a catastrophic accident 
should occur, your association will 
be there to provide comfort and 
fmancial assistance. Your associa- 
tion also provides a liability insur- 
ance plan for member schools and 
coaches. 



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• Construction is completed on the 
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honor the thousands of persons who 
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i ATHLETE/March 1992 




In Memory 

Father Harry 
Jansing 

By Julian Tackett 



We lost a friend this month. We meaning the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, the member schools of the Associa- 
tion, and most importantly, the students in Kentucky's schools. 

Early Monday morning, March 2, Father Harry Jansing, Board 
of Control representative from the 7th and 8th regions, passed 
away at his home following a long illness. Services were 
conducted on Friday, March 6, with his long time friend. Commis- 
sioner Billy Wise, serving as one of the pall bearers. 

' ' Father Harry" as he was known to the thousands of people he 
worked for and with, became ill following his return from the 
National Athletic Directors Conference in December. It is 
perhaps fitting irony that the last two maj or events in which he was 
involved were the state high school football championships, and 
the AD conference. He had served as the ticket manager at the 
play-offs for many years, a post he also held with nearly every 
major event held in Jefferson County. 

Jansing's education began at St. George School followed by 
one year at St. Xavier High School before entering the Seminary 
at St. Mary. His education was completed at St. Meinrad in 
Indiana, and he was ordained in 1955. In the fall of that year, he 
began his career at Trinity teaching a variety of subjects. He was 
named Athletics Business Manager in 1 970, and Athletic Director 
in 1 97 1 , a post he held imtil his death. 

Father Harry was active in the formation of the local, state and 
national Athletic Director organizations, and was one of the first 
recipients in the Certified Athletic Administrator program in 
1989. Harry will be remembered most for his efforts to help 
others. His use of computers in athletic adminstration began well 
before this practice was popular, as he wrote and maintained many 
programs to help his peers more efficiently perform their tasks. 
He never charged anything for his services, but the user did have 
to hsten to his tmique philosophy about life and living. 

"Harry Jansing was a devoted person to Kentucky's high 
school athletes, " remarked K.H.S.A.A. Commissioner Wise, 
"and a truly supportive Board of Control member. He will be 
missed." Proof of his support of the Association was demon- 
strated in December when he organized a tournament in basket- 
ball, and a special event in soccer designed to benefit the K.H.S.A.A. 
Hall of Fame. 

Harry lived a full life, and is finally free from the suffering of 
the past few months. Kentuckians from throughout the Common- 
wealth have benefited from pwople like Harry who make a life long 
commitment to our kids, and are willing to help young jjeople, be 
they students, coaches or administrators. Come to think of it. Host 
a pretty good friend myself 



What's Inside? 



2 

4 

5 

5 

6 

7 

7 

10 

11 

12 



Board Meeting Minutes 

Dreamers and Doers 

Sweet 16 Tournament Brackets 

Regional Tennis Managers 

Tennis Regions 

Tennis Committee Meeting 

Cheerleading 

Baseball Rule Changes 

Softball Rule Changes 

Association Appendix 

On The Cover 



"Stan Hall of Paducah Tilghman drives 
between Male's Henry Huskey and Bill 
Bunton (33) to score on a lay-up. Male 
won the quarter-final contest 76-69, 
March 20, 1970. Photo courtesy of the 
Louisville Courier- Journal." 



MARCH, 1992 



VOLUME Mil, NO. 7 



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Svchool Athletic Association. Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103. Act of Oct 3, 1917, 
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Editor: BlUy V. Wise 
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Assistant: Louis Stout 



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Assistant: Julian Tackett 



2- I ATHLETE/March 1992 

MINUTES OF THE JANUARY BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn, 
Louisville, Kentucky, on Thursday, January 16, 1992. 
The meeting was called to order by President Alvis 
Johnson at 1:00 p.m. Present were all Board mem- 
bers except Harry Jansing who was hospitalized. 
Commissioner Billy Wise, Assistant Commissioners 
Louis Stout, Brigid DeVries and Larry Boucher, 
Business Manager Julian Tackett, S.I.D. JeflFRogers 
and Earl Cox. The invocation was given by Alvis 
Johnson. 

Roland Williams made a motion that the minutes 
of the December 5-6, 1991, meeting be approved with 
one correction. Eddie Saylor seconded the motion, 
which carried unanimously. 

Claudia Hicks made a motion to accept the 
minutes of the Called Meeting on December 23, 

1991. Jack Portwood seconded the motion, which 
carried unanimously. 

Gene Brooks made a motion, seconded by Frank 
Cardwell, that the bills of the Association for the 
period December 1 through December 31, 1991 be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Following the hearings of all appeals, the follow- 
ing actions were taken by the Board: 

Randy Allen Lawson - Williamsburg H.S. - 

Eligibility reinstated 
Courtney Colman - Sacred Heart Academy - 

Eligibility reinstated 
Stephanie Buston - Sacred Heart Academy - 

Eligibility reinstated 
David Freeman - Paducah Tilghman H.S. - 

Eligibility reinstated 
Matt Smithers - Eastern H.S. - 

Reinstatment denied 

A recess was called at 3:30 p.m. until Friday, 
January 17, at 8:30 a.m. 

President Johnson reconvened the Board of 
Control meeting at 8:30 am. on Friday, January 17, 

1992, with all Board members present except Harry 
Jansing. Ray Story gave the Invocation. 



The first item on the Agenda was a discussion by 
the Board regarding a request firom Casey County 
High School to move fi-om the 48th Basketball 
District to the 45th District. Representatives fi-om 
Casey County, Boyle County, Danville and Lincoln 
County made presentations. Following a discussion 
of their request. Jack Portwood made a motion to 
move Casey County High School into the 45th 
District. Eddie Saylor seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 10-1. 

President Johnson then called on representatives 
fi-om Assumption High School, Western Kentucky 
Principals Association, Kentucky Association of 
School Administrators, Doss High School, Kentucky 
Association of Secondary School Principals who 
spoke to the Board regarding Membership Dues 
increase for member schools. Mr. Johnson thanked 
everyone for coming and expressing the feelings of 
their various organizations. Ray Story made a motion 
to delay any action by the Board until the March 
meeting and requested that the Commissioner's office 
send a letter to all member schools listing various 
options suggested to raise additional funds for the 
Association and to submit any other ideas for consid- 
eration. The motion passed 10-1. 

Robert Davenport, Principal, Marion County 
High School, appeared before the Board to request 
that his school be assigned to host the 5th Region 
Boys Basketball Tournament. Due to the fact that the 
sites had been assigned, no action was taken by the 
Board. 

The next item was a request fi-om Coach Sharon 
Fanning, University of Kentucky for the Board to 
sanction a Downtown Showdown three-on-three, 
double elimination tournament. Following a lengthy 
discussion and based on By-Law 25, Sec. 2 (5), 
Marvin Moore moved that the request be denied. 
Eddie Saylor seconded the motion which passed. 

President Johnson called on Donald Butler to 
address the Board on the status of the 1991 State 
Baseball Tournament which was held in Owensboro 
at Kentiicky Wesleyan College and the plans for the 
1992 Tournament which will be held there also. He 
advised the Board that the tournament has been very 
successful there and would be interested in bidding 
on the 1993 tournament if the Board so chooses. 



f ATHLETE/March 1992 - 3 

MlbaJTES OF THE JANUARY BOARD MEETING 



Upon the recommendation of Commissioner 
Wise, Eddie Saylor made a motion, seconded by Stan 
Steidel, that the Commissioner be empowered to 
grant each team that participated in the State Football 
Playoff Finals $1200. to help defray expenses. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

President Johnson called on Ray Story for the 
Football Committee's Report. A discussion ensued 
regarding a proposal submitted by Eminence High 
School for a Class A playoff. Mr. Story moved that 
this Committe continue to study this proposal and 
look at the issues addressed. Marvin Moore seconded 
the motion which passed. The second item presented 
by Mr. Story related to the 1992 Football Playoff 
schedule. Ray Story made a motion that the Board 
wait until the March meeting to act on the proposal 
thereby giving Board members an opportunity to 
discuss the proposal within their regions. Roland 
Williams seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Sandy Allen was then called on to present the 
All-Sports Committee Report. She discussed with 
Board members several items regarding Track and 
Cross Country as follows: 

1) A request for a review of the alignments in 
cross country and track for 1992-93. Sandy Allen 
made a motion that Ms. DeVries and Mr. Stout 
review the alignment figues as submitted and make a 
recommendation to the Board. Claudia Hicks 
seconded the motion which passed. 

2) A request for a two-day state track meet. 
Stan Steidel moved that this proposal be submitted to 
the schools for their input and be discussed further at 
the March meeting. Sandy Allen seconded the 
motion which passed. 

3) A request to change the four-meet track 
participation form effective with the 1991-92 season. 
Marvin Moore moved to accept this request. Roland 
Williams seconded the motion which passed. 

4) A request that a track contestant be required 
to finish a race he starts and that this change be made 
in the Handbook under Tournament Rules. Stan 
Steidel moved to accept this recommendation of the 
Track committee effective with the 1992-93 season. 
Ray Story seconded the motion which passed 9-0. 

5) A request that the Mason Dixon Games be 
fully sanctioned and recognized as a championship. 
Stan Steidel moved to deny this request. Frank 
Cardwell seconded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 



Commissioner Wise presented a copy of the contract 
between the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
and the Kentucky Educational Foundation, Inc. for the 
sale of the KHSAA Office Building at 560 East Cooper 
Drive. Ray Story made a motion that the Board approve 
the sale of the property, approve the contract between the 
KHSAA and the KETF and that the Deed be executed by 
a majority of the members of the Board of Control as 
trustees for and on behalf of the KHSAA, and that 
Commissioner Wise for and on behalf of the KHSAA be 
authorized to execute any and all other documents 
necessary for the sale. Marvin Moore seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Asst. Comm. Boucher distributed an Official's 
Evaluation Procedure for the Board to consider as a Pilot 
Project. Following a lengthy discussion of a new 
Ratings Evaluation System Frank Cardwell made a 
motion to allow Mr. Boucher to proceed with this Pilot 
Program in Regions 6 & 7 and send to other Assigning 
Secretaries throughout the State to allow them to use the 
program if they so desire. Marvin Moore seconded the 
motion which passed by a vote of 6-4. 

The Board then recessed until 1:30 p.m. 

Following a recess. President Johnson called on 
Louis Stout for his report on softball and soccer surveys 
that had been mailed to member schools. Due to the fact 
that the surveys are not due in the K.H.S.A.A. office 
until February 17, Mr. Stout advised the Board he would 
give a report at the March meeting. 

Mr. Johnson then gave a report on the National 
Federaton Winter Meeting in New Orleans. Items 
discussed were increase in dues, football rules changes. 
Dreamers & Doers, lawsuits, TARGET program and 
football receiver' s gl oves. 

Mr. Wise advised the Board he had discussed the 
catastrophic insurance with Doug Ruedlinger and a letter 
regarding same would be forthcoming from him regard- 
ing the rates for the 1 992-93 school year. He also 
discussed new property and auto insurance with the 
Board. It was suggested that an Insurance Committee be 
appointed to look at other insurance carriers regarding 
the catastrophic insurance. Mr. Johnson appointed 
himself as Chairman of the Insurance Committee and the 
following persons to serve with him: Jack Portwood, 
Eddie Saylor, Stan Steidel, Roland Williams, Billy Wise, 
Larry Boucher and Julian Tackett. 



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MINUTES OF THE JANUARY BOARD MEETING 



Mr. Tackett advised the Board of the status of the 
Hall of Fame basketball games. He advised the 
Board that $13,000. has been received to date plus a 
$6,000. donation from the Louisville Catholic High 
Schools. 

Mr. Boucher then distributed GOALS for the 
Officiating Division beginning with the 1992-93 
school year. Recruitment, Training and Development 
and Officials Recognition were the topics of 
discussion. Since the Board felt that these goals were 
important and due to shortage of fionds to provide 
these items, Marvin Moore made a motion that the 
Officials Registration Fees be increased irom $20.00 
to $25.00 for the first sport and from $10.00 to 
$15.00 for each additional sport beginning with the 
1992-93 school year. Sandy Allen seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr. Stout discussed the baseball pitching rule 
that is now in effect. He asked the Board to consider 
a change beginning with the 1992-93 school year 
which would enable a pitcher who has pitched less 
than three (3) innings on Day 1 to pitch his additional 
six (6) innings on Day 2 if the game is called due to 
inclement weather. He advised the Board that a 
Baseball Committee Meeting is to be held on January 
24 and would discuss the change with them at that 
time. Marvin Moore made a motion to approve this 
change beginning with the 1992-93 school year. Stan 
Steidel seconded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. 

Following Mr. Wise's discussion of Coach 
Frazier's suspension and Cumberland High Schools' 
probation which was imposed due to the playing of 
an ineligible player, Eddie Saylor made a motion that 
the penalty imposed on Coach Frazier be changed to 
restore his ability to practice with the team and to 
reduce the number of games suspended from five (5) 
to three (3). Marvin Moore seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Eddie Saylor moved to go into Executive 
Session. Roland Williams seconded the motion 
which passed. 



Following the Executive Session, the following 
items were approved by the Board: 

1) Elevate John Ginn from part time to full 
time due to added responsibilities at the new 
K.H.S.A.A. Office; 

2) Effective at the end of the 1991-92 fiscal 
year, discontinue the support of the Sectional 
Directors due to the fmancial burden the K.H.S.A.A. 
is presently experiencing; 

3) Approve the 1991-92 contracts for the 
Administrative Staff. 

The next meeting of the Board will be held at 
8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 18 in Richmond at 
the Best Western Motel. If necessary, the Board will 
continue to meet on Thursday and Friday mornings. 

Roland Williams made a motion that the meeting 
be adjoumed. Frank Cardwell seconded the motion 
which passed. 




Dreamers 

and 

Doers 



The National Federation is no longer associated 
with the Walt Disney World Dreamers and Doers 
program. This unforeseen development will result 
in the program being suspended until a new 
corporate sponsor can be obtained. The National 
Federation will begin to seek new funding in order 
to initiate the STARS program to replace the 
Dreamers and Doers program during the 1992-93 
school year. An update will be forthcoming at the 
National Federation Annual Suminer Meeting 
scheduled for Fort Lauderdale in June of this year. 



1992 Girls' Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament Draw 



March 18-21, 1992 



Region 5 



Wed. 3/18 1:00 






Region 2 


Fn 3/20 1:00 










Region 4 






Wed 3/18 2 30 




Region 9 










Sat 3/21 10:00 






Region 11 






Wed 3/18 7:30 








Region 16 


Fn 3/20 2 30 










Region 13 








Wed 3/18 9:00 






Region 8 










Sal 3/21 8:00 




Region 10 


ST.IECH.M.IO-. 


Tllu 3/19 100 








Region 15 


Fn 3/20 7 30 














Region 6 








Thu 3/19 2:30 




Region 7 










Sal. 3/21 11:30 




Region 12 






Thu 3/19 730 








Region 3 


Fn 3/20 9 00 










Region 1 






Thu. 3/19 9:00 




Region 14 







(All times EST) 



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1992 Boys' Sweet Sixteen 
Tournament Draw 




Region 7 



Wed 3/25 1:00 

Region 13 



Region 4 



Wed. 3/25 2.30 

Region 14 



Region 9 



Wed 3/25 7-30 

Region 11 



Region 5 



Wed 3/25 9.00 

Region 12 



Region 1 



Thu 3/26 1 00 

Region 15 



Region 8 



Thu 3/26 2 30 

Region 3 



Region 16 



Thu 3/26 7 30 

Region 6 



Region 10 



Thu. 3/26 9:00 

Region 2 



March 25-28, 1992 



Sat. 3/28 10:00 



Fn 3/27 7 30 



Sat 3:28 1 1 30 







1992 REGIONAL 

TENNIS MANAGERS — 

BOYS AND GIRLS 



BOWLING GREEN (Boys St Girls) - Doug Lehring. Bowling 
Green High School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, BowlingGreen. K\ 
•42101,502-842-1674 842-2033 

HENDERSON COUNTY (Boys & Girls) - Nonnie Hopper, 816 
Bent Tree Lane, Henderson. KY 42420, 502-826-7737/502-826-7280 

ELIZABETHTOWN (Boys & Girls) - Carl Stoltzfus, T.K. Stone 
Junior High School, Morningside Drive. Elizabethtown, KY 
42701. 502-737-2851 502-769-63'43 

EAST JEFFERSON (Boys & Girls) - Richard Cotton Kathleen 
McCune, Eastern High School, 12400 Old Shelbvville Rd.. 
Louisville. KY 40243, ,502-473-8243/502-245-6398 

CENTRAL JEFFERSON (Boys & Girls) - Jay Levine. Male High 
School, 4409 Preston Hwy., Louisville. KY 40203. 502-473-8292 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY (Boys & Girls) - Rob Hardin/Charles 
Coleman, Bellevue H.S.. Center Street. Bellevue. KY 41073. 
606-261-2980/606-261-9070 

PARIS (Boys & Girls) - Jeff Isaacs. Paris High School. 302 Seventh 
St., Paris. KY 40361, 606-987-7601/606-987-2163 



WEST JEFFERSON (Girls) - Dan Ruggles. 3637 Romania Ave., 
Louisville, K^ 40216, .502-448-.3928 .502-473-8433 

WEST JEFFERSON (Boys) - Bob Love. DeSales High School,, 
425 Kenwood Drive, Louisville. KY 40214. 502/368-6519 

MURRAY (Boys & Girls) - Larry J. Heflin, 8145 Houser Road, 
Boa^, KY 42027, 502-554-1820/554-5852 

LEXINGTON (Boys & Girls) - Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High 
School, 2100 Foiuaine Road. Lexington. KY 40502. 606-269-3376 

BARBOURVILLE (Boys & Girls) - Bob Duricko. 201 Grayson 
Street, Barbour\ille. KY 40906, 606-546-8556. 546-4459 

ASHLAND (Boys & Girls) - Melissa Epling/Tracy Edwards, 
Russell High School, 709 Red Devil Lane, Russell, KY 41169, 

606-836-9658 606-836-8135 

RICHMOND (Boys & Girls) - Jerry Johns, Box 308. Somerset, KY 
42501, 606-678-5610 



ATHLETE/March 1992 



1992 GIRLS' 
TENNIS REGIONS 

1. MURRAY - Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, Graves County, 
Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, 
Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, 
University Heights, West Hopkins 

2. BOWLING GREEN - Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Grayson County, Greenwood, Hart County, 
Logan County, Metcalfe County, Monroe County, Russellville, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

3. HENDERSON COUNTY - Apollo, Daviess County, Hancock 
County, Henderson County, McLean County, Madisonvill-North 
Hopkins, Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg South, Ohio County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, 
Union County, Webster County 

4. ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge County, Campbellsville, Central Hardin, Elizabeth- 
town, Fort Knox, Frederick Fraize, Green County, LaRue County, 
Marion County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Taylor County, Washington County 

5. EAST JEFFERSON - Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Oldham County, 
Sacred Heart, Seneca, South Oldham, Trimble County, 
Waggener, Walden 

6. CENTRAL JEFFERSON - Atherton, Central, Christian 
Academy, duPont Manual, Highview Baptist, Louisville Colle- 
giate, Male, Mercy Academy, Moore, Presentation, Shawnee. St. 
Francis 



7. WEST JEFFERSON - Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Butler. 
Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Iroquois, North Bullitt, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Southwest Christian, Spencer 
County, Valley, Western 

8. LEXINGTON - Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Lexington Christian, Paul Dunbar, Sayre, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County, 
Woodbridge 

9. RICHMOND - Berea, Boyle County, Breathitt County, 
Danville, Estill County, Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrodsburg, Jackson City, Lee County, Lincoln County, 
McCreary Central, Madison Central, Madison Southern, Mercer 
County, Model, Pulaski County, Rockcastle County, Russell 
County, Somerset, Wolfe County 

10. BARBOURVILLE - Barbourville, Bell County, Cawood, Clay 
County, Corbin, Harlan, Jenkins, June Buchanan, Knott County 
Central, Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, Letcher, 
Middlesboro, Oneida Baptist, Pineville, St. Camillus, Whitesburg 

IL ASHLAND- Bath County, Boyd County, East Carter, Hazard, 
Johns Creek, Lawrence County, McDowell, Magoffin County, 
Morgan County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Race- 
land, Rose Hill, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark 

12. FORT THOMAS - Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone County. 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport Central Catho- 
lic, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna, 
Williamstown 

13. PARIS - Augusta, Bourbon County, Deming, Harrison 
County, Mason County, Montgomery County, Paris, Pendleton 
County, St. Patrick, Scott County 



1992 BOYS' 
TENNIS REGIONS 



1. MURRAY - Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, Graves County, 
Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, 
Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, 
University Heights, West Hopkins 

2. BOWLING GREEN - Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Cumberland County. Franklin- 
Simpson. Glasgow, Grayson County, Greenwood, Hart County, 
Logan County, Metcalfe County, Monroe County, Russellville, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

3. HENDERSON COUNTY - Apollo, Daviess County, Hancock 
County, Henderson County. McLean County. Madisonvill-North 
Hopkins. Muhlenberg North. Muhlenberg South, Ohio County. 
Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic, Providence, .South Hopkins. 
Union County, Webster County 

4. ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge County, Campbellsville, Central Hardin, Elizabeth- 
town, Fort Knox, Frederick Fraize, Green County. LaRue County, 
Marion County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Taylor County, Washington County 

5. EAST JEFFERSON - Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Kentucky Country Day. Oldham County, Seneca, South 
Oldham, Trimble County, Trinity (Louisville), Waggener, 
Walden 

6. CENTRAL JEFFERSON - Atherton, Central, Christian 
Academy, duPont Manual, Highview Baptist, Louisville Colle- 
giate, Male, Moore, Shawnee, St. Francis, St. Xavier 



7. WEST JEFFERSON - Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Butler, 
DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, North Bullitt, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Southwest Christian, Spencer 
County, Valley, Western 

8. LEXINGTON - Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Lexington Christian, Paul Dunbar, Sayre. . 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County, 
Woodbridge 

9. RICHMOND - Berea, Boyle County, Breathitt County, 
Danville, Estill County, Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrodsburg, Jackson City, Lee County, Lincoln County, 
Madison Central, Madison Southern, McCreary Central, Mercer 
County, Model, Pulaski County, Rockcastle County. Russell 
County, Somerset 

10. BARBOURVILLE - Barbourville. Bell County. Cawood, Clay 
County, Corbin, Cumberland. Harlan, Jenkins, June Buchanan, 
Knott County Central, Knox Central, Laurel County. Leslie 
County, Letcher, Middlesboro. Oneida Baptist. Pineville, St. 
Camillus. Whitesburg 

11. ASHLAND - Bath County, Belfry, Boyd County, East Carter, 
Hazard. Johns Creek, Lawrence County, McDowell, Magoffin 
County, Morgan County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, 
Raceland, Rose Hill, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark 

12. FORT THOMAS - Beechwood. Bellevue. Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County. Conner. Covington Catholic. 
Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, 
Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Central Catholic, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa 
Madonna, Williamstown 

13. PARIS - Augusta, Bourbon County, Deming, Harrison 
County, Lewis County, Mason County, Millersburg Military 
Institute, Montgomery County, Paris, Pendleton County, St. 
Patrick, Scott County 



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-7 



State Tennis 
Committee Meeting 

January 28, 1992 



The State Tennis Committee met on Tuesday, January 28. 1 992, 
at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Office in 
Lexington. Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called the 
meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Committee members present 
included Nonnie Hopper, Cliff Richardson, Rick Cotton, Jerry 
Johns. Terry Johnson. Doug Lehring. Joe Kroh, Bob Duricko, 
Mary Robinson. Jeff Isaacs. Carl Stoltzfus. Tom Wischer. and Bob 
Love. Absent were Bill Goodan, Erwin Jones and Kathy Johnston. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournament sites. Suggestions were made by committee members 
with regards to the Regional Tournament Managers for regional 
sites not secured at this time. The dates of the Regional Tourna- 
ments are listed on theschoolcalendaras the weekof May 18, 1992. 
As in the past. May 1 6 8c 1 7 may be used if necessary. All Regional 
Tournaments must be completed by May 24, 1992. The Com- 
mittee reviewed the regional information that will be mailed to 
the schools and made some revisions. A procedure to allow some 
coaching during dual matches and tournament information was 
added. It was further recommended that the regional and state 
entry form include the "designated head coach's name." and that 
person be the only one allowed to coach during play. 

The next item on the Agenda was the State Tennis Tourna- 
ment. The dates for the 1992 Tournament are June 4-6, 1992, and 
will be held at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. The 
committee reviewed the state information and made a few 
changes. 

The seeding committee for the state tournament was the next 
item for discussion. It was felt that the committee should continue 
to be representative of all areas of the state. 

Cliff Richardson from Atherton High School was asked to 



report on the status of the All-State Tennis Team. It was decided 
that the 1992 All-State Tennis Committee be made up of Joe Kroh, 
Doug Lehring, Mary Robinson, Kathy Johnston, Tom Wischer, 
Carl Stoltzfus, Larry Heflin, Terry Johnson, Bill Goodan and 
Nonnie Hopper. Selections will be made during the State Tennis 
Tournament. Coaches will receive a nomination form, to be 
submitted at the coaches meeting prior to the state tournament. 
Joe Kroh is working on getting a corporate sponsor to underwrite 
certificates for the players. The All-State team from the previous 
year will be printed in the 1992 program. The 1992 All Slate 
Tennis Team chairman will be Bob Love. 

The committee reviewed the Constitution and By-Laws with 
respect to the Limitation of Seasons. It was noted that regular 
season play ends on the Saturday preceding regional tournament 
play- 
Joe Kroh gave a brief report on the selection process for the 
PRINCE all American program. Kentucky will participate again 
this year. 

Ms. DeVries appointed a sub-committee to work on developing 
guidelines for high school play. This committee will also review 
proposals submitted to the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association regarding team tennis as well as other pertinent 
regulations. The committee will include Mary Robinson, Joe 
Kroh, Bob Love, Jerry Johns, and Carl Stoltzfus. 
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned. 





Cheer Coaches Need 
Proper Training 



Few issues are debated between school administrators 
and cheer coaches as squad safety. Even though most of the 
state interscholastic athletics or activities boards permit 
cheer stunts which are in compliance with the rules 
established by the National Federation of State High 
School Associations, many squads remain grounded — 80 
percent in Ohio according to Liz Kahoun of Americheer, 
which is a cheer school in Columbus and runs Ohio state 
championships each November. 

The school administrators say they have legitimate 
concerns. Some district have a high turnover of cheer 
coaches. Neither the coaches nor the students on the cheer 
squad have proper training and thus the school districts 
are open to too much liability. 

The coaches say the school administrators should stop 
and pay attention to what has been going on in cheer- 
leading. Many squads are no longer content to stand in 
front of the crowds at football and basketball games and 
cheer. The members of the cheer squads want to learn 
routines so that they, too, can participate in competitions. 
Coaches say that school administrators have adopted 
unreasonable rules about an activity they know very little 
about. 

Most of the cheer companies are working toward giving 
cheer coaches the necessary training for safety certification. 
Some, like the International Cheer Federation (ICF), 
Nation-Wide and the American Association of Cheer- 
leading Coaches and Advisors are involved in projects to 
track cheerleading injuries to provide a basis for the 



development of cheering techniques. 

It's not that there hass been a sudden increase of 
catastrophic cheerleading injuries — at least none that 
anybody knows about. A 1990 report made to the National 
Federation shows that there have been three catastrophic 
injuries involving high school cheerleaders between 1980 
and 1990. 

The problem seeins to be a misunderstanding from all 
sides. 

"Cheerleaders and their coaches see things on television 
and then decide they'd like to try it, when they haven't 
worked up to it," say Jean Zuchelli, president of Nation- 
wide Cheerleaders. "They don't realize they have to do 
these things in progression to do them safely. They don't 
realize that not every cheer squad and/or their coach has 
the training or the capability to perform what they've 
seen." 

Likely what they've seen are highly trained college 
cheerleaders doing partner stunts or flips or pyramids, 
basically gymnastics. 

The progressions discussed involve moving along from 
a simple group of activities to a more complex one: 
learning to do forward and backward tumbles very well 
before moving along to floor-level handstands and floor- 
level hand springs, and learning to do floor-level hand- 
stands and handsprings before moving along to the 
backward handsprings and lay-out backward somersaults. 

"The average cheerleader advisor can handle a basic 
program in a safe way," says Gerald George, professor of 



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health and physical education at the University of South- 
western Louisiana and editor of the AACCA Cheerleading 
Safety Manual, which was recently published by Universal 
Cheerleaders Association. 

"But," he continues, "if they are going to build pyramids, 
they have to become knowledgeable about how to build 
pyramids, and how to spot them, then, it's OK for them." 

George defines basic cheering as "sideline cheers and 
choreographed routines without acrobatic movements." 

In other words no tumbling, no partner stunts or 
pyramids. 

George is the director of safety for the U.S. Gymnastics 
Federation and has written what are considered to be the 
official safety manuals for gymnastics and diving. 

The American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and 
Advisors (AACCA) has established a consortium com- 
prised of George and a group of other relevant experts. 

"Certain kids are fit to do cheeritig," George says. 
"Certain kids aren't. We want the coaches to learn the 
guidelines." 

The guidelines consider the cheerleader an athlete who 
must undergo training and conditioning like any other 
athlete. Cheering as an activity is considered similar to 
gymnastics. The level of athlete and the type of coach 
required is directly related to the level of program the 
school has. 

"Basically, we're concerned that coaches are in tune to 
the abilities of their squads," Zuchelli says. "They and the 
cheerleaders should understand any stunt ihey try and 
every step of it from beginning to end." 

Gwen Holtsclaw of Cheer Ltd. recommends taking the 
total safety process one step further by telling coaches to 
put the cheerleaders in a classroom setting to watch the 
cheering safety video produced by the National Federation 
and then administering a written test on the video. 

Holtscalw suggests that once the tests are corrected, the 
cheerleaders should correct anything they've had wrong, 
then sign the tests and give them to the coach to file. This 
not only emphasizes the importance of safety for the squad, 
it also shows that coaches have acted responsibly, should 
there be any liability suits. 

"Most healthy young people can participate in cheering 
activities," says Jon Tucker, physician of sports medicine 
at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. Tucker is 
working with Nation-Wide Cheerleaders to track the 
injuries of 600 cheerleaders across the United States for a 
paper he'll present to a medical journal. 

For now he considers cheerleaders as gyinnasts. Since 
nobody has ever tracked cheerleading injuries, he doesn't 
have any data to draw from. What he expects to find is what 
he knows to be true of gymnasts; i.e., ankle sprains, pain 
around the knee, fracture and elbow dilocations. He 
doesn't expect many catastrophic injuries, but notes that 
there is always some risk involved in an athletic activity. 
He also notes that the risks are decreased as people take an 
interest in safety. 

"Certain regulations about tackling in football help 
prevent catastrophic injury," he noted, "and certain regu- 
lations in cheering will do the same." 

For now, school adininistrators are concerned with more 
than safety. They are concerned about liability. 

"I do think that people need to change their minds about 
cheerleading," says Susan True, director of the spirit 
association of the National Federation. "Cheerleading is 
very athletic. The fact that some people don't want it to be, 
because they are afraid someone will get hurt, isn't going 
to change that. The trend of cheerleading going toward 
gymnastics isn't goirrg to go away." 



True says that in the meantime athletic directors and 
school administrators must recognize this and consider 
cheerleading accordingly. Squads can't be relegated to 
practicing in the school corridor or out in the parking lot. 

She says school administrators assume the same responsi- 
bility for cheerleaders as they do for any of the school's 
athletes. 

Like the National Cheerleading Coaches Conference, 
Nation-Wide Cheerleading and the AACCA, True believes 
that coaches should be properly trained. She wouldn't 
disagree with the principal who grounded his squad 
because he had a new inexperienced coach with a squad 
that had not come up through any type of cheerleading or 
gymnastics program. 

True speaks to cheerleading coaches all over the nation. 

"I always asked how many of them have any gymnastics 
training," she says. "Hardly anybody raises their hand. 
Then, I proceed to tell them, their squads should all be 
grounded." 

"Teachers and coaches run astray," George says, 
"because they are generally ignorant of their unique 
vulnerability. It's different being an English teacher than 
being a physical education teacher. Teachers are generally 
not aware of that, neither are their principals. They 
certainly hold a greater measure of risk." 

George notes that coaches being trained would not 
prevent all injuries, nor would it preven lawsuits. But he 
notes, "when injury rears its ugly head, the advisor is much 
better prepared to defend himself. . . an affirmative offense 
can be provided." 

Reprinted from The Cheering Review 



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NFICA/NFIOA NATIONAL CONFERENCE AND COACHES/OFFICIALS SCHOOL 
TENTATIVE DAILY SCHEDULE 



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1992 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 




Rule Book 

Note under 8-4-2-1. Pg. 48 — In first line, after "contact" add "and/". (This note 
applies to 8-4-2-k and 8-4-2-1.) 

CASE BOOK 

1.3.5b Play. Pg. 9 — In first line of ruling, after "c" insert "and (d)". 

1 .4.2b Comment, Pg 1 — After associations, add "or allied group have adopted that 
provision Protests may no longer be honored because the game was played on a 
non-regulation facility, the coaches have either by inference or by mutual agreement 
consented to play the game, even though the field does not meet all rule specifications. 
There are many high school fields that are deficient in some part of the field 
requirements, but w/hen coaches agree to play on such field or the game is started, the 
non-regulation facility is not protestable, ' 

2.20.2 Play, Pg. 12 — In sixth line, after "gave up" add "and entered the dugout or 
other dead ball area." 

3.3.1 p Play. Pg. 20 — In first line of ruling, before "(b)", add "(a) and" 

7.4a Play, Pg. 38 — In ruling, delete everything in first sentence after "out" and 
replace with "because first base was occupied" In second sentence, place a period 
after "diamond". Delete "or"- Revise last sentence to read. "He is out if he gives up by . 

8.3.2b Play, Pg, 46 — Add to end of ruling, "or if in the umpire's judgment the runner 
could have advanced farther had obstruction not occurred, the umpire could award 
additional bases." 

8.3.2d Play, Pg. 46 — Delete 

8.3.4k Play, Pg. 50 — Begin ruling with "Because it was the second play by an 
infielder". 

8.4.2c Play, Pg. 51 — In second line of ruling, revise shaded area to read, "left the 
baseline or his position, believing there was no further play " 

SITUATION #1: As Rl slides into second base (a) on a force play or (b) attempting to 

steal second base, he overslides the base and makes contact with F4's leg and alters 

the play. 

RULING: In both (a) and (b) the ball is dead immediately. Rl is out for interference, and 

in (a) if in the judgment of the umpire, a second out could have been made had there 

been no interference, the umpire shall declare a second out. 2-32, 8-4-2-b, 8-4-2-k, I 

SITUATION #2: With the bases loaded and one out, B5 hits a home run out of the park 

While advancing to second base. B5 passes R3 (force is removed) and B5 is declared 

out. R3 falls to touch second base, but touches third base on his way home 

RULING: For missing a base or leaving a base too soon, the umpire shall wait until the 

end of playing action to declare the violating runner out. Since the ball is already dead. 

umpire mechanics call for the umpire to rule R3 out as soon as he touches a 

succeeding base. When the out is called has no beanng on whether or not Rl and R2 

score, because this is not a time play. 8-2 Penalty, 

SITUATION #3: With Rl at second base and R2 at first base and two outs, B5 hits a 

home run out of the park. While running the bases he (a) passes R2 at first or (b) 

maliciously runs over F4. 

RULING: In both (a) and (b) B5 is out. Runners who have already touched the plate are 

considered to have scored, since that out was made on a situation that was not to be 

called at the end of playing action, such as for missing a base or leaving a base too 

soon. In fb) B5 would be ejected for malicious contact. 9-1-1. 8-4-2-k 

SITUATION #4: With Rl on first, as B2 is taking his position m the batter's box, he asks 

the umpire for "Time". The umpire gives the "Do Not Pitch" signal just as F1 picks of 

Rl The coach of the team at bat claims that the pick oft should not be allowed because 

the "Do Not Pitch" signal means the ball is dead immediately The coach of the 

defensive team felt that the out should stand because F1 was in the process of 

attempting to pick off and did not see the umpire give the "Do Not Pitch" signal. 

RULING: As soon as the umpire gave the "Do Not Pitch" signal, the ball was dead. 

Therefore, the pick off would be nullified Umpire Signals. 

SITUATION #5: During the game the coach from Team A goes onto the field to have a 

defensive conference The coach is not wearing the team uniform. 

RULING: Coaches are required to be in team uniform whenever occupying a coach's 

box State associations may require their coaches to be in uniform or to be 

appropriately attired 3-2-1 

SITUATION #6: During the game a fielder's glove that has a sticky palm Is pointed out to 

the umpire Upon inspection, the umpire discovers that the catching area of the glove is 

tacky or sticky 

RULING: A glove with a catching area that has been made tacky or sticky for the 

purpose of aiding a fielder in catching is illegal. Whether the leather comes tacky or a 

foreign substance is used to make the leather tacky makes no difference A glove that 



has a tacky or sticky catching area is considered to offer the fielder an unfair 
advantage Furthermore, a glove of this nature is nontraditional playing equipment and 
must be reviewed by the rules committee. The umpire shall require the fielder to obtain 
a legal glove, l-l-ll, 10-2-3-g 

SITUATION #7: With Rl on second and R2 on first and one out. 84 hits a high fly to 
second base which could have been caught by F4. Neither umpire declaes "infield fly" 
F4 unintentially drops the ball but picks it up and tags R2 who is off the base, 
RULING: The half-mning is over as R2's out is the third out. The infield fly out for the 
second out holds even though it was not declared. The situation determines the out, not 
the declaration. The umpires should always declare "Infield Fly. Batter Out If Fair" to 
lessen any confusion. 7-4-e Note 

SITUATION #8: With no outs and Rl attempting to score from third. B2 buntss a ball that 
hits Rl (a) before he reaches the plate or (b) after he has touched the plate, but while he 
is in fair territory. 

RULING: In (a) R1 is out for interference and B2 is awarded first base, unless the umpire 
feels the interference prevented a double play, In which case the second out is 
declared In (b) since Rl had scored when hit by the batted ball, his run counts. 
However. Rl isguilty of interference, since the ball hit him while he was in fair territory. 
Had he been m foul territory, the ball would have been simply a foul ball- This results in 
B2 being called out, 8-4-2-b 

SITUATION #9: Bases loaded, one out. B1 attempts a squeeze play, Rl scores easily 
from third. All other runners leave the baseline to celebrate the potential winning run 
but do not advance a base. 81 does not reach first base. In (a) the defense turns a 1 -6-3 
double play to end the Inning, or (b) runners who have left the baseline are declared out 
by the umpire. 

RULING: At the end of playing action, the umpire shall declare the runners out for not 
touching the next base Since the third out is a force out, no runs score 9-1 -1 -a 
SITUATION #10: With two outs and runners on first and second, 85 hits a ground ball to 
F3, who backhands the ball and shovels a throw to Fl The umpire calls 85 out. but 85 
asks the umpire to check with the plate umpire, because 85 thought Fl pulled his foot. 
During the discussion. Rl , from second, scores. The plate umpire calls B5 safe. The 
coach of the defensive team tells the umpire that because the call was reversed, a run 
scored. Therefore, the runner should have to return to third base. 
RULING: The run scores A situation in which an umpire's decision that was reversed 
and places a batter-runner or runner in jeopardy can be rectified. If the batter or base 
runner are not placed in jeopardy on the play, runners do not have to return. Proper 
umpire mechanics would have prevented this from happening, 10-2-3-1 
SITUATION #11: With no outs and Fl in the set position, Rl. who is on third base, 
attempts to steal home, Fl legally steps backward off the pitcher's plate and throws 
home 82 hits the ball. 

RULING: Typically, batter's interference is a delayed dead ball in order to give the 
defense an opportunity to make an out on the initial put out attempt Since that 
opportunity was not afforded the defense, because the batter hit the ball, the ball is 
declared dead immediately. Rl is out because of 82's interference. 5-1 -2-a, 7-3-5, 
8-4-2-g 

SITUATION #12: Rl on second takes a five step lead and then backs up about five 
steps, so that he is in line with F6 The coach of the defensive team complains to the 
umpire that R2, even though he is not being played on, is far enough out of the baseline 
to be distracting to his fielder. 

RULING: R2 is not restricted in this instance as to where he may take his lead, as long 
as he does not intentionally interfere Once he is played on, he established his baseline 
as directly between his position and the base toward whic he is moving. At first base he 
could be called for interference as In Case Book Play 8.4.2a, 8-4-2-b 
SITUATION #13; Fl singles and is replaced at first by a courtesy runner On the next 
pitch, the courtesy runner attempts to steal second base and sprains his ankle, but is 
safe on the slide Does Fl have to replace the courtesy runner? 
RULING: No. Any legal substitute may become the courtesy runner Suggested Speed 
Up Rules 

SITUATION #14: F2 singles and is replaced by a courtesy runner is replaced by 
anouther courtesy runner 

RULING: Legal A courtesy runner may be replaced by another legal courtesy runner at 
anytime Suggested Speed Up Rules 

SITUATION #15: With a full count on 82, R1 attempts to steal second. The umpire calls 
"Ball Four" on a check swing, but upon checking with the base umpire, the call is 
reversed and he changes his mind to "Strike Three" (a) as F2 throws out Rl who was 
oblivious to the umpire changing his call or (b) reaches second base safely. Is Rl out, 
entitle to second base or returned to first base? 

RULING: In (a) the out stands, since R1 was not affected by the umpire changing his 
call In (b) Rl is allowed to remain at second. 10-2-3-1 



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1992 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOFTBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 




Rule Book 

1-2-2, Pg. 11 — Revisesecondsentenceattopof pagetoread, "While the tape is still 
m this position locate the front of the pitchers plate, 40 feet {1 2.1 92 m) for female fast 
pitch. 46 feet (1 4,0208 m) for female slow pitch using a 1 2" ball; 46 feet (14 0208 m) for 
male slow pitch and male fast pitch; and 50 feet for female slow pitch using an 11" ball, 
from home piate " 
2-1-5, Pg. 15 — At end of first sentence, delete "of the defensive team." 
3-2-1 , Pg. 26 — After ejected, add "tor unsportsmanlike behavior." 
Note under 8-4-2-p. Pg. 56 — In first line after "contact" add "and/" {This note 
applies to 8-4-2-0 and 8-4-2-p}. 
10-2-3-i Pg. 66 — In "EXCEPTION" at end of first line, change "must" to "may " 
Comments On The Rules, 9 Play. Pg. 70 — Add to last sentence of play, "and 
interferes with F4." In first line of ruling after "B2" change "is" to "maybe". 

CASE BOOK 

8 2.6a Play. Pg. 77 — Delete last line of rulmg and insert "interference". 

Transparency Script 

#16. Detecting Unreported Substitute — In "B" add "and shall be ejected when 
discovered '. Delete "C" and "D" 

SITUATION #1 : Rl slides into second base on (a) force play or {b) attempted steal She 

slides illegally. 

RULING: In both (a) and (b) if Rl , in the umpire's judgment, did alter the play be sliding 

illegally, interference shall be called In the judgment of the umpire, if the interference 

prevented a second out anywhere, not only is the interferer out, but the umpire shall 

also call the runner closest to home out, 8-4-2-0, 8-4-2-p, Note, 8-4-2-d Note 

SITUATION #2: With the bases loaded and one out, B5 hits a home run over the fence, 

B5 passes R3 at first base. R3 misses second base and upon advancing is called out for 

missing second base as soon as she touched third base. Do Rl and R2 score'' 

RULING: Yes. For missing a base or leaving a base too soon, the umpire shall wait until 

the end of playing action to declare the violating runner out Since the ball is already 

dead, National Federation umpire mechanics call forthe umpire to rule R3 out as soon 

as she touches a succeeding base When the out is called has no bearing on whether 

or not Rl or R2 score, because this is not a time play, 8-2 Penalty 

SITATUION #3: While running the bases, a lower body undergarment becomes visible 

below the uniform shorts. The lower body undergarment is not a sirnilar color as the 

predominant color of the uniform shorts. 

RULING: The player will not be permitted to resume playing without removing the 

lower body undergarment or replacing the illegal lower body undergarment with a 

legal lower body undergarment. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #4: Team A's lower body undergarments are similar in color to the 

predominant color of the uniform shorts. However, the lower body undergarment 

features a contrasting stripe or design, 

RULING: Illegal Only solid color lower body undergarments are permitted, which must 

be similar in color to the predominant color of the uniform shorts, 1-1-5 

SITUATION #5: With no outs and Rl on third and R2 on second, B3 hits a fly bail to F6, 

Rl . who was on third, is off with the pitch, and has crossed th epiate before R2. trying to 

protect Rl from being doubled off, bumps into F6 

RULING: The interferer. R2. is called out. Obviously, had F6 caught the ball. Rl would 

have been doubled off. so there could have been a second out. just as there could have 

been a second out on the catch. Call Rl out, since she is the closest runner to home Rl 

would not have legally scored, beause she would have had to tag up had F6 been 

allowed to catch B3's fly. If the umpire judges that F6 would have caught B3's fly ball, 

then B3 would also be out. 8-4-2-d Note 1 

SITUATION #6: With a full count on B2. Rl attempts to steal second. The umpire calls 

"Ball Four" on a check swing, but upon checking with the base umpire, the call is 

reversed and he changes his mind to "Strike Three" (a) as F2 throws out Rl , who was 

oblivious to the umpire changing her call or (b) Rl reaches second base safely. Is Rl 

out, entitled to second base; or returned to first base'' 

RULING: In (a) the out stands, since Rl was not affected by the umpire changing her 

call In (b) Rl is allowed to remain at second 10-2-3-m 

SITUATION #7: With no outs and no one on base, B1 pops up in front of the plate. F2 

stumbles as she attempts to catch the ball The ball deflects off her glove and into her 

mask that she is holding with her other hand. 

RULING: Not a catch. The ball remains alive. 2-3-1 

SITUATION #8: With no outs and Rl on third and R2 on second. B3 hits a ground ball to 

F6. R2 collides with F6 as she is fielding the ball, Rl has not scored. 

RULING: If, in the umpire's opinion, B3orRl could have been out. the runner closest to 

home would be called out, 8-4-2-d Note 1 

SITUATION #9: The coach of the defensive team has taken three charged conference. 

In the seventh inning, he tells the umpire he wants to switch his pitcher and shortstop 

and then walks onto the field to inform Fl and F6 of the change and (a) returns to the 

bench or (b) gives F6 some advice on how to pitch the next hitter as he begins returning 

to the bench. 



RULING: In (a) the coach would not be charged a conference. In (b) the coach would be 
charged a conference, because he took advantage of the situation when he began 
coaching Conferring with any player shall be viewed by the umpire as taking 
advantage of th situation, which would result in the coach being assessed a fourth 
charged conference. As a result, the replaced pitcher cannot return to pitch, 3-4-1 
SITUATION #10: 81 receives ball four. On the way to first base, she exchanges her 
helmet with the on-deck batter 

RULING: At the end of playing action, the umpire shall call "Time". If the infraction was 
the first for that team, the umpire shall issue a team warning. If that team had received a 
warning previously, then both players would be ejected, since they both violated the 



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SITUATION #1 1 : With Rl on third base and one out, B4 hits a fly ball that (a) F8 is about 

to catch, (b) is about to go over the fence for a home run or (c) bounces off the fence into 

play, as Rl's coach at third physically assists Rl at third base. 

RULING: Rl is called out immediately, because of her coach's interference In {a), (b) 

and(c)thebal remains alive to allow a fielder the opportunity to make a catch. Once the 

ball goes over the fences as in {b) or is caught as in {c) the ball becomes dead 

immediately. In (b) Rl's out is the second out, therefore, B4's home run counts Had 

there been two outs when 84 hit the ball, B4's home run would not have counted, 

because Rl's out was the third out. In (c). anytime the ball is not caught in flight, the 

batter is awarded first base 3-2-3, 9-1 -1 

SITUATION #12: Without being granted "time". 81 steps out of the batter's box to 

adjust her helmet without lifting it above the temples and then (a) Fl s pitch goes over 

the head of F2 and over the backstop, or (b) Fl's pitch hits in the dirt and rolls to the 

backstop. 

RULING: In (a) a strike is called on 81 , and all base runners are awarded one base. In (b) 

a strike is called no 81 and the ball remains alive 7-3-1 Note 2 

SITUATION #13: At the end of the sixth inning, the score is (a) home 5 -visitors 4, or (b) 

home 5 - visitors 5. or (c) home 4 - visitors 5, In the bottom of the seventh inning, rain 

prevents play from continuing What is the status of the game? 

RULING: If a suspended game rule has not been adopted, then the score shall be the 

same as it was at the end of the last completed inning, provided the game has gone at 

least five complete innings. In (a) the home team is the winner. In (b) the game is 

declared a tie, and in (c) the visiting team is the winner. Had the state association 

adopted 4-2-3 Note 2, the game would have been counted a 1 /2 game won and a 1 /2 

game lost for each team. It a state association has adopted 4-2-3 Note 1 (a game called 

prior to the completion of any full mning. after the fifth inning, the game shall be 

suspended provided the visiting team has socred one or more runs to tie the score or 

take the lead). Therefore, in (a) the home team is the winner, m (b) and (c) the game is 

suspended If a state association has adopted 4-3-1 (a game called for any reason 

where a WINNER CANNOT BE DETERMINED , , .) the game shall be treated as a 

suspended game. Therefore, in (a) the home team is the winner. In (b) and (c) the game 

is suspended, 4-3-1, 4-2-3 Note 1.2 

COMMENT: The difference between 4-2-3 Note 1 and 4-3-1 is that a game must go at 

least five full innings before a game can be suspended, whereas, in 4-3-1 there is no 

restriction as to when a game can be suspended (i.e.. a game can be suspended as 

soon as one pitch is delivered) However, a winner can never be determined unless five 

full innings have been played, or the home team has scored an equal or greater number 

of runs in four or four and a fraction terms at bat than the visiting team has scored m five 

terms 

SITUATION #14: During the game a fielder's glove that has a tacky or sticky catching 

area is pointed out to the umpire Upon inspection, the umpire discovers that the 

catching area of the glove is sticky or tacky. 

RULING: A glove with a catching area that has been made tacky or sticky for the 

purpose of aiding a fielder m catching is illegal. Whether the leather comes tacky or a 

foreign substance is used to make the leather tacky makes no difference. A givoe that 

has a tacky or sticky catching area is considered to offer the fielder an unfair 

advantage. Furthermore, a glove of this nature is non-lraditional playing equipment 

and must be reviewed by the rules committee. The umpire shall require the player to 

obtain a legal glove, 1-1-11, 10-2-3-g 



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ATHLETE/March 1992 



Association Appendix 



1992 Football Open Dates 



August 28 








-South Oldham 


Contact 


Larry Phillips 


(502) 241-6035 


-Wayne County 


Contact 


Joe Shearer 


(606)348-8710 


-Cawood High 


Contact 


Tim Saylor 


(606) 573-2424 


-Breathitt County 


Contact 


Mike Holcomb 


(606) 666-8406 


-Cumberland 


Contact 


Randy Frazier 


(606) 589-4625 


_Scott High 


Contact 


Mrs Reimer 


(606) 356-3146 


August 29 








-Clay County 


Contact 


Eugene Hensley 


(606) 598-3737 


September 4 








-M. C. Napier 


Contact 


Bill Dixon 


(606)439-1519 


-Bardstown 


Contact 


Joey Downs 


(502)348-1694 


-ProctorviUe, Ohio Contact 


John Lemley 


(614) 886-5347 


September 11 








-Rockcastle Co. 


Contact 


Tom Larkey 


(606)256^411 


-Middlesboro 


Contact 


Wayne Wilson 


(606) 248-9435 


September 18 








-Fleming County 


Contact 


Wendell Johnson (606) 845-6601 


-Breathitt County 


Contact 


Mike Holcomb 


(606) 666-8406 


-Rockcastle Co. 


Contact 


Tom Larkey 


(606)256-4411 


-Raceland 


Contact 


BiU T. Ross 


(606) 836-8221 


September 2§ 








-Green County 


Contact 


Nelson Moore 


(502) 932-7481 


-Clay County 


Contact 


Eugene Hensley (606) 598-3737 



October 2 

-Portsmouth, Portsmouth Ohio Contact; John Little 

-South Oldham Contact: Larry Phillips (502)241-6035 

-Marion County Contact: Sam Simpson 

October 9 

-Franklin-Simpson Contact: Walt Heath 

-Montgomery Co. Contact: Lowell King 

-Fort Campbell Contact: Marshall Patterson(615) 431-5056 

-Knott Co. Central Contact: Maurice Dixon (606)785-3166 

-Cumberland Contact: Randy Frazier (606) 589^625 

October 16 

-Knott Co. Central Contact: 

-Clay County Contact: 

-Mcirion County Contact: 

October 23 

-Massac High School, Metropolis, Illinois 

Size: Compare to Kentucky A school 
Contact: Steve Woodward, A.D. 

-West Carter Contact: Terry Osborne (606)286-2481 

-ElkhomCity Contact: Jerry Chi Iders (606)754-9098 

-Raceland Contact: Bill T. Ross (606)836-8221 

October 30 

-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 

Contact: Mike Burcham (614)532-5235 



(502) 692-6066 

(502) 586-3273 
(606) 498-8768 



Maurice Dixon (606)785-3166 
Eugene Hensley (606) 598 3737 
Sam Simpson (502) 692-6066 



1993 Football Open Dates 

September 3 

-South Dearborn, Indiana 

Contact: BiU Slayback (812)926-3772 
September 24 and November 5, 1993 
& September 23 and November 4, 1994 

-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 

Contact: Mike Burcham (614)532-5235 

Job Opening s 

Rowan County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Marvin Moore, Rowan County High School, 
1 00 Viking Drive, Morehead, Ky. 4035 1 . 

South Oldham High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resimie' to Larry Phillips, Box 
549, Crestwood, KY 40014. 

Boyle County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Tom Mills, Boyle County High School, 1 637 
Perryville Road, Danville, KY 40422-9775. 

Johnson Central High School seeks Head Football Coach 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resimie' 
and references to Steve Butcher, Johnson Central High School, 
Rt. 276 Box 202, Paintsville, KY 41240. 

Webster County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Apphcations accepted until March 27th. Interested parties 
should contact Mike Farris, (502) 639-5083. 

Pineville High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Mike White, 401 
Virginia Avenue, Pineville, KY 40977. 

"NEW" North Laurel High School seeks Head Football 
Coach. Send letter of application with resume' to Laurel 
County Board of Education, 275 South Laurel Road, London, 
KY 40741 .(7/eat/ Coaching Experience Preferred.) 

Shelby County High School seeks Head Basketball Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume', copy of teaching 
certificate and three letters of reference to Sam Chandler, 
Shelby County Public Schools, P.O. Box 159, Shelbyville, KY 
AQQ65. (Varsity Experience Required - Apply before 3/25/92) 



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ATHLETE 

Official Publication of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 





APRIL 

1992 



The K.H.S.A.A. 

Salutes the 

Winners of the 

Academic Showcase 




The seventh annual Sweet 16 Academic Showcase was held in Lexington, Kentucky during the week 
of the Boys' Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament. More than 300 students from around Kentucky 
participated in 1 2 competitions. Regional competitions were held at colleges and universities around the 
state in January and February. From these sites the top four place finishers in each competition qualified 
to come to Lexington to compete for scholarships. The finals in 12 categories were at Transylvania 
University. The awards were presented on March 20th at a banquet at Marriott's Griffin Gate Resort. A 
total of $75,000 in scholarships and prizes was awarded. The showcase is funded by an annual televised 
auction and donations from private corporations. 



MATH 

First - Hareendra Yalamanchlli, Zen Mogri, Scott Griffith and Paul 

Gray, Paul Blazer Higti School, Ashland 

Second - Dave Pettit, Brad Smith, James Warner and Ryan Porter. 

Apollo High School, Owensboro 

Third- LynnChien, Richard Chung, Ben Mikesell and Jeff Ream, Tales 

Creek High School, Lexington 

Fourth - David Johnston, Bill Randall, Bobby Butsch and Aaron 

Mashinot, Campbell County High School 

VOCAL IVIUSIC: 

First - Catherine Clark, Mason County 

Second - Rob Mclver, Apollo 

Third - Cassie Boyd, Madison Central 

Fourth - Kristiana Knight. Ballard 

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC: 
First - Sharon Park. Henry Clay 
Second - Carmela Abuton, Pulaski County 
Third - Matthew Lewis, Scott County 
Fourth - Rick Gossett, Fleming County 

CREATIVE WRITING: 
First - Julia Gray. Franklin County 
Second - Charis Brummitt. Paul Blazer 
Third - Nickole Brown. Jettersontown 
Fourth - Sarah Kent, SL Camilus Academy 

ESSAY: 

First - Micah Auerback, Lafayette 
Second - Matt Thomas, South Oldham 
Third - Lindsay Buchanan. St Francis 
Fourth - Kate Jones. Henry Clay 

TWO-DIMENSIONAL ART: 

First - Caria Webb. Holy Cross 

Second - Carrie Armstrong, Anderson County 

Third - Paul Burns, Ballard 

Fourth - John Mattingly, Mercer County 



THREE-DIMENSIONAL ART: 

First - Nora Sturgill, Dilce Combs 

Second - Kara Keeton. Cumberland County 

Third - Jonathan Purvis, DuPont Manual Magnet 

Fourth - Ron Temple, Holy Cross 

SPEECH: 

First - Johnny Chafin, Rowan County 
Second - Joan Coates, Boone County 
Third - Jenny Smith, Henry Clay 
Fourth - Dawn Ballard. Holy Cross 

CHESS: 

First - Brad Skaggs, South Oldham 
Second - Charles Campbell, Fern Creek 
Third - Nathan Armstrong, Henry Clay 
Fourth - Joshua Nichols, Montgomery County 

COMPUTER: 

First - Nat Anderson, Ty Anderson, Tim Druck and Luan Nguyen, 

Central High School 

Second - Will Compton, Eddie Stanley, Samuel Weller, and Jason 

Werner, Middlesboro High School 

Third - Robert Braddock. Mike Harris, Brian Potter and Matthew 

Ziegler, Highlands High School 

Fourth - Todd Bush, Ryan Grace, Michael Duggan and Phillip Queen. 

Paul Blazer 

ADVERTISING - FEATURE WRITING: 

First - Elizabeth Woodford, Montgomery County 

Second - Dennis Berman. Atherton 

Third - Marnie Levee, Elizabethtown 

Fourth - Toni Hyden. Lloyd Memorial 

ADVERTISING - PROMOTION: 

First - Elizabeth Jones and Tristan Veeneman, Sacred Heart Academy 

Second - Sharon Moorehead and Richelle Shannonhouse. Shawnee 

Third - Jason Monks and Michelle Stites, Butler 

Fourth - Matt Ochs and Robert Pratt. Monticello 



ATHLETE/Aprii 1992 




FROM THE INSIDE 

by Julian Tackett 
Business Affairs Director 



Has anybody seen the file folders? Where are the game 
contracts, Madison Central needs one? Hart County needs a 
ticket order form, where are they? Where's my office? Can 
anyone fiird the bathrooms? These are but a few of the 
questions that have floated around the office since our inove 
to the new Association office building in Lexiirgton. 

There were a lot of memories on Cooper Drive. The 
Association had been located at .560 East Cooper next to KET 
for over 20 years. All fourof the Association's Commissioners 
served in that building, as well as all of the past Assistant 
Commissioners and office staff. When John Ginn and I 
reinoved the last touches of the building, the dedication sign 
and the outdoor lettering on tlie building, we couldn't help 
but think of the inany outstanding athletes, coaches and 
contributors who had served the Association during its 75 year 
history. The past 22 years saw tnijirecedented growth in the 
state basketball tournaments and football play-offs, as well as 
the addition of many sports to the R.H.,S.A.A.'s offerings. 
"Planniirg for the future, Preserving the past" was the theme 
of the Association when we broke ground in June of 1990 for 
the new K.H.S.A.A. offices on Winchester Road. Though we 
knew we would miss the convenience of being near the 
University of Kentucky, where many of our post season events 
were held, we also knew we were stepping on top of each 
other, and desperately needed more room to continue our 
service to our schools and constituents. Thougfi we were 
beginiring to think the project would never be completed, we 
were finally able to move on February 13. Though we 
continue to find little things which need to be patched, fixed, 
or replaced, it is quickly becoming a tiue"home" for om staff 
and the schools. 

The new complex includes offices for the staff, a library for 
selected archives and our Target drug progrann, and a large 
work room and several storage rooms for the Association's 
many publications and imdertakings. Also included is a large 
unfinished room which will eventually be the home of the 
Dawahares KH.SAA Hall of Fame and Museum. Just off of 
tfie lobby is a 90 seat theatre, which will host the annual 
meeting of the Association, and may possibly be home to 
clinics and other instructional meetings. This room could 
eventually be used for an introductory tour for groups visiting 
the museum. 

Currently under construction is the Court of Support, the 
brick area which allows all Keirtuckians to participate in the 
fund raisingof the Association as well as unmortalizing their 
name in brick for the life ni the building. 

The new complex is located at 2280 Executive Drive, off 
Winchester Road near 1-75 (Exit 1 10) in Lexington. Our new 
phone nuinber is (606) 299-5472, and our fax number is (606) 
293-5999. We invite all of you to come by and see us, but be 
careful, we might ask you to move a box or two. 



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A April Calendar 


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3 Annual Meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly 


1 


4 Track & Field 
Information 


1 


D Track Alignment 


1 


Baseball Alignment 


I 


/ Softball Alignment 


1 


9 Track & Field 

Rule Interpretations 


1 


1 U Association Appendix 


1 


On The Cover 


1 


"Cover photo courtesy 

of Craig Bell Photo 

Bowling Green, Kentucky" 




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1992 ANNUAL MEETING 

OF THE 
DELEGATE ASSEMBLY 



The Business meeting of the Delegate Assembly of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association will be held on 
Friday, April 17, 1992, at 11:00 a.m. at the K.H.S.A.A. Office 
Building. 2280 Executive Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution, the follovi^ing proposals for changes in the rules 
of the Association, to be acted upon at the Annual IVIeeting are 
hereby submitted to all members of the K.H.S.A.A. for their 
mformation. No proposals other than these may be consid- 
ered at the Annual Meeting except by a two-thirds (2/3) vote 
of the delegates. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal James A. Sexton, Eastern High School proposes 
that the following changes be made to the Constitution: 
Article IV, Section 2. a - Representative: 

Each local .... association. Only personnel employed by 
the local district, or private or parochial schools who hold a 
valid Kentucky Teaching Certificate issued by the Depart- 
ment of Education are eligible to serve as a present or future 
representative. 

Article IV - Section 2.b - Board of Control - Notification to 
the Representative: 

To be eligible for membership and presently or in the future 
serve on the Board of Control, one must be an employee 
holding a valid Kentucky Teaching Certificate issued by the 
Department of Education and be an employee of an 
accredited member school or system which is in good 
standing with the K.H.S.A.A. and the school involved must be 
a school in the district which the alternate is to represent. 

Article IV - Section 2. c - Delegate Assembly 

Each delegate and alternate to the Delegate Assembly 
must be an employee holding a valid Kentucky Teaching 
Certificate issued by the Kentucky Department of Education 
and be an employee of an accredited member school or 
system which is in good standing with the K.H.S.A.A. and the 
school involved must be a school in the district which the 
alternate is to represent. 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Kenneth Prick, Butler High School, proposes that 
the following change be made to the Constitution: 
Article IV - Section 2. b - Board of Control: 
Members of the Board of Control shall be elected for a 
period of four years by vote of the representatives of member 
schools in each section (Basketball Regions 1 & 2, 3 & 4, 5 & 6, 
7 & 8,9 & 10, 11 & 12, 13 & 14, 15 & 16) and shall be a high 
school principal. In addition, two blacks and two females 
shall be elected to serve as minority representatives, but they 
do not have to be a high school principal. 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal Robert D. Combs, Apollo High School, proposes 
that By-Law 8, Contestant on Other Team be changed to read: 

Any student who is a contestant on any other team at any 
time dunng an athletic season shall be ineligible to represent 
any secondary school in that sport for the remainder of the 
season. A student may participate in a summer sports 
program upon completion of their season or the spring 
semester has ended, whichever occurs first 



PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Robert D. Combs, Apollo High School, proposes 
that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons, Section 7. Softball 
-Girls (6) be changed to read: 

A regulation . . . completion. The eleven (11) inch softball 
shall be utilized in all contests. 

PROPOSAL V 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association proposes that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons, 
Section 4. Football - Boys, be amended. 

(a) Add a new section (6), and renumbering all subsequent 

sections. Section (6) would read as follows "(6) 

The Board of Control may waive provisions (2) and/or 
(4) of this By-Law to allow member schools to partici- 
pate in Hall of Fame Classic contests. Rules on 
participation shall be made by the Board of Control, 
and published in the Athlete Magazine as a part of the 
official record of the Association. 

(b) That the contest shall count toward any regular season 
records; 

(c) That the financial split of the net revenue of the game 
shall be 1/3 to the host school, 1/3 to the visiting 
school, and 1 /3 to the K.H.S.A.A. 

PROPOSAL VI 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association proposes that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons, 
Section 2. Basketball - Boys and Girls, be amended by 
revising section (7), part (f), to read as follows: 

Thatthe game so played shall counttoward regular season 
records, but shall not be used in calculating seeding in a 
seeded district. 

PROPOSAL VII 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association proposes that Article IV, Section 3, d-8, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution be amended to read as follows: 
8. Have authority to establish tournaments and meets in 
all sports and to adopt regulations for these tourna- 
ments and meets. The Board of Control shall have the 
authority to assess all post season tournaments in 
basketball and football a maximum of ten percent 
(10%) of the gross receipts, to be paid to the Associa- 
tion following the tournament. The Association shall 
receive all revenue from the Boys and Girls State 
Basketball Tournaments and the State Football 
Championships. 



ATHLETE/Aprii 1992 




ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The Regional Track Meets are scheduled for May 1 5 & 
16, 1992. 

The Sectional Track Meets are scheduled for May 23, 
1992 
The State High School Track Meet all classes will be 
held on Saturday, May 30, 1992. The State Manager is 
John Gettler. 



5. Iroquois - Charles Daniel, Iroquois High School, 4515 
Taylor Boulevard, Louisville 40215 502/473-8269,473-8693 

6. Eastern - Tom Cheany, Eastern High School, 12400 Old 
Shelbyville Road, Louisville 40243 502/473-8432 

7. Lexington - Jean Wright, #41 Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 
40601 502/695-2081 

8. Bell County — John Brock, Bell County High School, 
Route 1 , Box 88, Pineville 40977 606/337-7061 



1992 Track & Field Section Managers 
(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 



1992 Track & Field Regional Managers 
(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Paducah Tllghman - Augie Schiller, Paducah Tilghman 
High School, P.O. Box 2550, Paducah 42001 502/444- 
5627, 444-5796 

2. Webster County - Jeff Holomon, Webster County High 
School, Box 267, Dixon 42409 502/965-3505, 
502/639-5092 

3. Conner - Marty Mayer, Bellevue High School, 201 Center 
Street, Bellevue 41073 606/261-2980 

4. Lexington - Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 
Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601 502/223-8030, 875-2904 

5. Fort Knox - Dave Shufelt, Fort Knox High School, 7501 
Missouri Street, Fort Knox 40121 502/624-6647 

6. Somerset - Joan Spurlock, Meece Middle School, 210 
Barnett Street, Somerset 42501 606/678-5821 , 679-51 29 

7. Fleming County - Woody Jamison, Hillsboro Elementary 
School, P.O. Box 8, Flemingsburg 41049 606/876-2251; 
876-2688 

8. Oneida Baptist Institute ■ Rick Coffey, Oneida, Mulberry 
Street, Box 67, Oneida 40972 606/847-4113, 847-4617 

CLASS AA 

1. Paducah Tilghman - Augie Schiller, Paducah Tilghman 
High School, P.O. Box 2550, Paducah 42001 502/444- 
5627, 444-5696 

2. Barren County - Terry Reed, Barren County High School, 
507 Trojan Trail, Glasgov^f 42141 502/651-6315. 
678-6767 

3. Oldham County - Kim Messer, Oldham Co. H.S., P.O. Box 
187. Hwy. 393/146. Buckner 40010; 502/222-9461 

4. Hart County - Jerry Taylor, Hart County High School, 31 W 
South, Munfordville 42765 502/524-2722, 524-9341 

5. Conner - Buddy Dittus, Conner High School, Limaburg 
Road, Box 36, Hebron 41048 606/689-7884 

6. Lexington - Jean Wright, 41 Timberlaw/n Circle, Frankfort 
40601 502/695-2081 

7. Fleming County — Woody Jamison, Hillsboro Elementary 
School, P.O. Box 8, Flemingsburg 41049 606/876-2251, 
876-2688 

8. Pikeville - Cessie Bentley, Knott County Central High 
School, P.O. Box 819, Hindman 41822 606/785-3166, 
606/447-2439 

CLASS AAA 

1. Henderson County - David Mitchell, Henderson County 
High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson 42420 
502/827-2506 

2. North Hardin - Rudy McKinney, North Hardin High School, 
801 S. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff 40160 502/351-3167 

3. Boone County - Tim Schlotman, Boone County High 
School, 7056 Burlington Pike, Florence 41042 
606/283-2795 

4. Male - Jay Levine, Male High School, 911 South Brook 
Street, Louisville 40203 502/473-8972, 502/491-4817 



Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County, Will Pagan, 

Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford Road, 

Owensboro 42301 502/684-5285; 502/685-1091 

Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington/Frankfort, Frank 

Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, 

Frankfort 40601 502/223-8030 

Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Fort Knox, Dave Shufelt, Fort Knox 

High School. 7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 40121 

502/624-6647 

CLASS AA 

Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County, Will Pagan, 

Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford Road, 

Owensboro 42301 502/684-5285; 502/685-1091 

Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Not Assigned 

Section 3: Regions 5 & 7, Scott, Jerry Mohr, Scott High 

School, 5400 Old Taylor Mill Road, Covington 41015 

606/356-3146; 441-5287 

Section 4: Regions 6 & 8, Lexingt6n, Jean Wright, 41 

Timbertawn Circle, Frankfort 40601 502/695-2081 

CLASS AAA 

Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County, Will Pagan, 

Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford Road, 

Owensboro 42301 502/684-5285; 502/685-1091 

Section 2: Regions 3 & 5, Boone County, Tim Schlotman, 

Boone County High School, 7056 Burlinton Pike, Florence 

40207 606/283-2795 

Section 3: Regions 4 & 6, Male, Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier High 

School, 1609 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville 40217 502/637- 

4712,635-5300 

Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Lexington/Frankfort, Jean Wright, 

#41 Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 40601 502/695-2081 





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1992 TRACK ALIGNMENT 



CLASS A (0-435) 

REGION 1 - Ballard Memorial, Carlisle County, Fulton City, 

Fulton County, Heath, Hickman County, Mayfield, Murray, St. 

Mary 

REGION 2 - Crittenden County, Edmonson County, Hancock 

County, Lyon County, McLean County, Providence, Russell- 

ville. South Hopkins, Trigg County, Todd County Central, 

Webster County, West Hopkins 

REGION 3 - Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, 

Covington Latin, Dayton. Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlovif, 

Nevifport Central Catholic, Silver Grove, St. Henry, Villa 

Madonna, Walton-Verona 

REGION 4 - Augusta, Bracken County, Eminence, Frankfort, 

Harrodsburg, Henry County, Lexington Catholic, Millersburg 

Military Institute, Nicholas County, Ovjen County, Pans, Sayre 

REGION 5 - Bardstown, Bethlehem. Brown, Campbellsville, 

Caverna. Christian Academy, Cumberland County, Fort Knox, 

Kentucky Country Day, Louisville Collegiate, Spencer 

County, St. Francis, Washington County 

REGION 6 - Berea, Central Kentucky Christian. Danville, 

Garrard County, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Lee County, 

Model. Red Bird, Somerset, St. Camillus, Williamsburg 

REGION 7 - Allen Central, Cordia, Elliott County, Elkhorn City, 

Fairview/, John's Creek, Menifee County, Mullins. Paintsville, 

Phelps, Pikeville, Raceland 

REGION 8 - Bath County, Buckhorn, Cumberland, Dilce 

Combs, Evarts, Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jackson City, 

Jenkins, Letcher, Oneida Baptist Institute, Wheelw/right 

CLASS AA (436-799) 
REGION 1 - Caldwell County, Calloway County, Fort 
Campbell, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union 
County 

REGION 2 - Allen County-Scottsville, Barren County, Butler 
County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow. Greenwood, Logan 
County, Monroe County, Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg 
South, Warren East 

REGION 3 - Breckinridge County, Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, 
LaRue County, North Bullitt, Oldham County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic. South Oldham 
REGION 4 - Adair County. Casey County, Green County, Hart 



County, McCreary Central, Marion County, Russell County, 

Taylor County 

REGION 5 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Grant 

County, Harrison County, Highlands, Newport, Notre Dame, 

Scott, Simon Kenton 

REGION 6 - Anderson County, Boyle County, Cawood, Clay 

County, Corbin, Estill County, Franklin County, Jackson 

County, Madison Southern, Mercer County, Middlesboro, 

Rockcastle County, Western Hills 

REGION 7 - Bourbon County, East Carter, Fleming County, 

Lawrence County, Lewis County, Mason County, Paul Blazer, 

Powell County, Rowan County, Russell, West Carter 

REGION 8 - Belfry, Betsy Layne. Breathitt County, Knott 

County Central, Leslie County, Magoffin County, Morgan 

County, Prestonsburg. Shelby Valley, Sheldon Clark, 

Whitesburg 

CLASS AAA (800-Up) 
REGION 1 - Apollo, Christian County, Daviess County, 
Graves County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Marshall County 

REGION 2 - Bowling Green, Bullitt Central, Central Hardin, 
Grayson County, Meade County, Nelson County, North 
Hardin, Ohio County, Warren Central 

REGION 3 - Boone County, Boyd County. Campbell County, 
Greenup County, Holmes 

REGION 4 - * Assumption, Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont 
Manual, Fern Creek, Male, Moore, Shawnee, Southwest 
Christian, St. Xavier 

REGION 5 - * DeSales, Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Holy Cross, 
Holy Rosary, Iroquois, Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, 
Valley, Western 

REGION 6 - * Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Louisville 
Collegiate, Presentation, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Shelby 
County, Trinity, Waggener, Walden 

REGION 7 - Bryan Station, George Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, Lafayette, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Scott 
County, Tates Creek, Woodford County 
REGION 8 - Bell County, Johnson Central, Knox Central. 
Laurel County, Lincoln County, Madison Central. Mont- 
gomery County, Pulaski County, Whitley County 



Dawahares/K.H.S.A.A. 

HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM 

COURT OF SUPPORT 




Tohonorthe more than 1 ,000.000 Kentucky men 
and women who have contributed to "Great Mo- 
ments in Kentucky High School Sports" through- 
out the years, the Dawahares/Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Hall of Fame was 
established in 1988 The association chose this 
manner in which to pay tribute to, and to immor- 
talize record setting and influential coaches, 
players, officials and supporters of high school 
athletics in this great Commonwealth After 
twenty-two new members are inducted in fylarch 
1992, the total numbers of members in the Hall of 
Fame will have reached one-hundred eleven. 

The Association began the proiect with the help 
of the Dawahare family, as an effort to recognize 
the excellence of high school educators, athletes, 
coaches, officials, administrators and other 



contributors 

Hall of Fame members are chosen for their 
contributions to Kentucky high school athletics 
Many Hall of Fame members, such as Paul 
Hornung, Clifl Hagan. and Tommy Bell, have gone 
on to outstanding careers in college or profes- 
sional sports, while members such as S T Roach, 
longtime coach at Lexington's Dunbar High 
School, and Ralph Carlisle, who coached at Lex- 
ington's Lafayette High School are honored for the 
guidance they have given thousands of young 
people 
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! ATHLETE/Aprii 1992 

1992 BASEBALL ALIGNMENT 



REGION 1 

District 1 Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland 
District 2 Ballard Memorial, Graves County, St. Mary 
Districts Carlisle County, Fulton City, Fulton County, 

Hickman County 
District 4 Calloway County, Marshall County, Mayfield, 

Murray 

REGION II 

District 5 Christian County, Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville, 

Trigg County, University Heights 
District 6 Ca\6\Ne\\ County, Crittenden County, Livingston 

Central, Lyon County 
District 7 Davi/son Springs, Madisonvllle-North Hopkins, 

South Hopkins, West Hopkins 
District 8 Henderson County, Providence, Union County, 

Webster County 

REGION III 

District 9 Apollo, Daviess County. Owensboro, Ov\/ensboro 

Catholic 
District 10 Butler County, Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg 

South 
District 11 Breckinridge County, Frederick Fraize, Grayson 

County, Hancock County, St. Romuald 
District 12 McLean County. Ohio County, Trinity (Whitesville) 

REGION IV 

District 13 Logan County, Russellville, Todd County Central 
District 14 Bow/ling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Greenwood, 

Warren Central, Warren East 
District 15 Allen County-Scottsville, Barren County, 

Edmonson County, Glasgow 
District 16 Clinton County, Cumberland County, Metcalfe 

County, Monroe County 

REGION V 

District 17 Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Meade 
County, North Hardin 

District 18 Caverna, Green County, Hart County, LaRue 
County 

District 19 Bardstown, Bethlethem, Nelson County, Washing- 
ton County 

District 20 Adair County, Campbellsville, Marion County, 
Taylor County 

REGION VI 

District 21 Central, Portland Christian, Shawnee, Southwest 

Christian 
District 22 Butler, Holy Cross (Louisville), Pleasure Ridge 

Park, Western 
District 23 Beth Haven, Fairdale, Valley 
District 24 DeSales, Evangel Christian, Iroquois, Southern 

REGION VII 

District 25 duPont Manual, Male, Ninth & O, St Xavier 
District 26 Atherton, Christian Academy, Seneca, Trinity 

(Louisville) 
District 27 Fern Creek, Highview Baptist, Jeffersontown. 

Moore. Walden 
District 28 Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky County Day, 

Waggener 

REGION VIII 

District 29 Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, North Bullitt, Spencer 

County 
District 30 Anderson County, Eminence, Henry County, 

Shelby County 
District 31 Carroll County, Gallatin County, Oldham County, 

South Oldham, Trimble County 
District 32 Grant County, Owen County, Scott County, 

Walton-Verona, Williamstown 



REGION IX 

District 33 Boone County, Conner, Lloyd Memorial. St. 

Henry, Simon Kenton 
District 34 Bellevue, Dayton, Holmes, Newport, Newport 

Central Catholic 
District 35 Bishop Brossart, Campbell County. Highlands, 

Scott, Silver Grove 
District 36 Beechwood, Covington Catholic. Covington 

Latin, Dixie Heights, Holy Cross (Covington). 

Ludlow 

REGION X 

District 37 Bourbon County, Harrison County, Millersburg 

Military Institute, Nicholas County, Pans 
District 38 Augusta, Bracken County, Deming, Pendleton 

County 
District 39 Fleming County, Mason County, Maysville, St. 

Patrick, Tollesboro 
District 40 Bath County, Estill County, George Rogers Clark, 

Montgomery County 

REGION XI 

District 41 Frankfort, Franklin County, Western Hills, 

Woodford County 
District 42 Lexington Catholic, Paul Dunbar, Sayre 
District 43 Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 44 Berea, Madison Central, Madison Southern, 

Model 

REGION XII 

District 45 Boyle County, Danville, Garrard County, Lincoln 

County 
District 46 Burgin, Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, Mercer 

County 
District 47 McCreary Central, Monticello, Russell County, 

Wayne County 
District 48 Casey County, Laurel County, Pulaski County, 

Somerset 

REGION XIII 

District 49 Clay County, Jackson County, Oneida Baptist 

Institute, Rockcastle County 
District 50 Barbourville, Corbin, Knox Central, Lynn Camp, 

Whitley County, Williamsburg 
District 51 Bell County, Middlesboro. Pineville. Red Bird 
District 52 Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan 

REGION XIV 

District 53 Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, June Buchanan, Letcher, 

Whitesburg 
District 54 Buckhorn, Dilce Combs, Hazard, Leslie County, 

M.C, Napier 
District 55 Breathitt County, Cordia, Jackson City, Knott 

County Central, Riverside Christian 
District 56 Lee County, Owsley County, Powell County, 

Wolfe County 

REGION XV 

District 57 Johnson Central, Magoffin County, Paintsville, 

Sheldon Clark 
District 58 Allen Central, Betsy Layne, McDowell, Prestons- 

burg. Wheelwright 
District 59 Millard, Mullins, Pikeville, Shelby Valley 
District 60 Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, Johns Creek, 

Phelps 

REGION XVI 

District 61 Menifee County, Morgan County, Rowan County 
District 62 East Carter, Lewis County, West Carter 
District 63 Fairview, Greenup County, Raceland, Russell 
District 64 Boyd County, Lawrence County, Paul Blazer, 
Rose Hill 



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1992 SOFTBALL ALIGNMENT 



REGION 1 

District 1 Heath, Lone Oak, Reidland, Paducah Tilghman 
District 2 Ballard Memorial, Graves County, Mayfield, St. 

Mary 
Districts Carlisle County, Fulton City, Fulton County. 

Hickman County 
District 4 Calloway County, Marstiall County, Murray 

REGION II 

District 5 Christian County. Fort Campbell. Hopkinsville. 

University Heights 
District 6 Caldwell County, Crittenden County. Livingston 

Central, Lyon County, Trigg County 
District 7 Dawson Springs, Madisonville-North Hopkins. 

South Hopkins, West Hopkins 
District 8 Henderson County, Providence, Union County, 

Webster County 

REGIONS 

District 9 Apollo, Daviess County, Owensboro, Owensboro 

Catholic 
District 10 Butler County, Muhlenberg North, Muhlenberg 

South 
District 11 Breckinridge County, Frederick Fraize, Hancock 

County, St. Romuald, Trinity (Whitesvllle) 
District 12 Grayson County, McLean County, Ohio County 

REGION 4 

District 13 Allen County, Barren County, Edmonson County, 

Glasgow 
District 14 Bowling Green, Greenwood, Warren Central, 

Warren East 
District 15 Franklin-Simpson, Logan County, Russellville, 

Todd County Central 
District 16 Clinton County, Cumberland County, Metcalfe 

County, Monroe County 

REGION 5 

District 17 Adair County, Campbellsville, Marlon County, 

Taylor County 
District 18 Bardstown, Bethlehem, Nelson County, 

Washington County 
District 19 Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Meade 

County, North Hardin 
District 20 Caverna, Green County, Hart County, LaRue 

County 

REGIONS 

District 21 Central, Portland Christian, Presentation, 

Shawnee, Southwest Christian 
District 22 Butler, Holy Cross (Louisville), Pleasure Ridge 

Park, Western 
District 23 Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, Valley 
District 24 Evangel, Holy Rosary, Southern 

REGION 7 

District 25 Collegiate, duPont Manual, Male, Ninth & 0, 

Mercy Academy 
District 26 Assumption. Atherton, Christian Academy, 

Seneca 
District 27 Fern Creek, HIghvlew Baptist, Jeftersontown, 

Moore 
District 28 Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky Country Day, Sacred 

Heart, Waggener 
District 29 Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, North Bullitt, Spencer 

County 



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District 30 Carroll County, Eminence, Gallatin County, Henry 

County 
District 31 Oldham County, Shelby County. South Oldham. 

Trimble County 
District 32 Grant County. Owen County, Scott County, 

Walton-Verona, Willlamstown 

REGION 9 

District 33 Boone County, Conner, Simon Kenton, St. Henry, 

Walton-Verona 
District 34 Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, Scott, St. Henry, 

Villa Madonna 
District 35 Beechwood, Holmes, Holy Cross, Notre Dame 

REGION 10 

District 38 Dayton, Ludlow, Newport, Newport Central 

Catholic, Pendleton County 
District 37 Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, Highlands, 

Silver-Grove 
District 38 Augusta, Bracken County, Deming, Mason 

County, Maysville, Tollesboro 
District 39 Bath County, George Rogers Clark, Harrison 

County, Montgomery County, Paris 

REGION 11 

District 40 Anderson County, Boyle County, Burgin, Garrard 

County, Lincoln County, Mercer County 
District 41 Berea, Estill County, Madison Central, Madison 

Southern, Model 
District 42 Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington 

Catholic, Paul Dunbar, Tates Creek 
District 43 Franklin County, Jessamine County, Lexington 

Christian, Western Hills, Woodford County 

REGION 12 

District 44 Corbin, Laurel County, Pulaski County, Rock- 
castle County, Somerset 

District 45 Clay County, Knox Central, Oneida Baptist Insti- 
tute, Whitley County, Williamsburg 

District 46 Casey County, McCreary County, Montlcello, 
Russell County, Wayne County 

District 47 Bell County, Cawood, Evarts, fvllddlesboro, Plne- 
ville. Red Bird 

REGION 13 

District 48 Cordia, Dllce Combs, Hazard, Leslie County, M.C. 

Napier 
District 49 Fleming-Neon, June Buchanan, Knott County, 

Letcher, Whitesburg 
District 50 Breathitt County, Buckhorn, Jackson, Jackson 

County, Riverside Christian 
District 51 Lee County, Menifee County, Powell County, 

Wolfe County 

REGION 14 

District 52 Allen Central, McDowell, Raceland, Sheldon 

Clark 
District 53 Boyd County, Greenup, Lawrence County, Paul 

Blazer, Rowan County, Russell 
District 54 Elliott County, Lewis County, Morgan County, 

West Carter 
District 55 Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, Phelps, 

PIkevllle, Shelby Valley 



ATHLETE/Aprii 1992 



He Makes Athletes 
Feel Like Champions 



Many people gauge the success of a 
coach by the accomplishments of the 
team. But coaches like Tim Nixon of 
Liberty High School in Liberty, Mis- 
souri contribute much more to stu- 
dent athletes than can be measured 
by wins and losses. Just ask the 70 
young runners who participate on 
Nixon's boys and girls cross country 
teams each year. 

"Coach Nixon is really the only rea- 
son I'm still out for the sport," said se- 
nior Bill Sudholt. "He doesn't really 
care about our winning, as long as 
we're doing the best we can. If all we 
can do is finish the race, he's just as 
excited as if we had come in first." 

"He's a great influence," said junior 
Tracy Meseberg. "Coach Nixon en- 



courages us to push harder to reach 
our goals in school and in cross coun- 
try." 

"The cross country program has 
provided an opportunity for students 
to belong to something, and that's im- 
portant, especially in this day and 
age," explained Liberty athletic direc- 
tor Ron Ives. "Not every kid is going 
to be a champion, but Tim Nixon 
makes each and every amiete feel like 
an important part of the program." 

"I try to accomplish the same goal, 
whether a student is coming into my 
science classroom or an athlete is 
coming out for the cross country 
team," explained Nixon, who has 
coached at Liberty for 13 years. "I 
want kids to feel good about them- 





selves and what they're doing." 

"He's a very knowledgeable run- 
ning coach, but that is a secondary 
role," said Bud Yazel, the cross coun- 
try coach at nearby Fort Osage High 
School who nominated Nixon for 
Coaches Care distinction. 'Tim is an 
example of everything school sports 
is supposed to be about." 

Despite having asthma and hypo- 
glycemia. Yazel's daughter Renee 
competed on Nixon's cross country 
team for four years and was all-state 
during her senior season. But over- 
coming adversity is nothing new for 
Tim Nixon. After running competi- 
tively since eighth grade, Nixon suf- 
fered a career-ending knee injury in 
1987. Two years later he discovered 
he had cancer, which he has since 
overcome. 

'Tim has been an extraordinary ex- 
ample and inspiration to all those 
around him, not only in his day to day 
life, but through the adversity of his 
own cancer," Yazel said. 

"People have told me that I would 
burn out at this kind of job because 
coaches give so much of themselves 
without getting anything in return," 
Nixon said. 

Just working with young athletes is 
its own reward for Tim Nixon and 
many of the 200,000 high school 
coaches in the United States. 



Nominate Someone 
You TTiink Deserves 
Coaches Care Distinction 

Coaches Care pays tribute to outstanding 
high school coaches who not only do their 
job well, but also display special care and 
concern for young people. Anyone wishing 
to nominate a high school coach for 
Coaches Care distinction should write to 
The Gatorade Company for an applica- 
tion. Please send your request to: 

Coaches Care 

c/o Gatorade Thirst Quencher 

P.O. Box 194 

Hinsdale, IL 60522-0194 



A reminder from 

The Gatorade Company: 

Coaches Care 
About Kids 



Coach Tim Nixon gives athletes in his Liberty (Mo.) High School cross country 
program an opportunity to belong to something and to work together as a team. 






Gatorade' is a registered trademark of Stokely-Van Camp, Inc. 



! ATHLETE/Apru 1992 - 9 



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1992 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




SITUATION #1 : During the 3200 meter run. a comp. 
at her wrist each time she completes a lap and the tir 
meet officials to all competitors The girl is not weai 
the race a coach complains that she had split time 



IS observed looking down 
are called out by one of the 
a watch but after she wins 
itten on her wrist and she 



should be disqualified for using an illegal aid. The referee finds the competitor and 
looks at her wrist. She has written on her wrist "Go Bisons" and two or three times- 
Ruling: Legal 

Comment: The times written on the athletes wrist should not be considered an 
illegal aid as it is not considered that any athlete would gain an advantage by 



nttng 



1 their 



rist. 



Situation #2: The T-Shirt showing under the school lersey is a single color without 

trim and/or striping However, (a) Because of the sheer or see thru material of the 

lersey. writing on the chest of the T-Shirt shows through or (b) because of the cut of 

the neck of the jersey the writing on the upper chest of the T-Shirt shows above the 

top of the jersey 

Ruling: (a) illegal, (b) illegal 

Comment: Undergarments must be of a single color with no striping or trim. 

Normally, wntmg on the chest of a T-Shirt is not visible and would not be an issue 

astothelegahty of the undergarment. However, in both of the above situations the 

writing on the T-Shirt is visible, therefore, both undergarments would be illegal. 

Situation #3: During the warm-up period prior to competition in the shot put it is 

noticed that A 1 is wearing a weight lifting belt under his track jersey The coach of 

Team C calls this to the attention of the event judge and asks for a ruling. 

Ruling: Legal 

Comment: Wearing a weight lifting belt is not considered to enhance the 

performance of the athlete and therefore is rot an aid 

Situation #4: Following competition in the 100 meter dash finals the coach of Team 

B complains that the two competitors of Team A, who finished first and third 

respectfully, were wearing tights which have stripes of different colors on the 

manufacturer's logo and demands they be disqualified for wearing an illegal 

uniform. 

Ruling: The tights are legal. 

Comment: As long as the logo is no larger than 2" x 2" it does not matter how many 

colors are used, it is a legal logo and therefore, in this case a legal uniform. 

Situation #5: Prior to the running of the 4 x 100 meter relay the clerk notices that 

Team A is wearing identical tights undertheir shorts that are light blue with a dark 

blue pin stripe down the seam and informs the relay team that the tights are illegal 

and must be removed before competition Team A's coach appeals on the grounds 

that all the tights are identical. 

Ruling: Denied 

Comment: The undergarment must be of a single color Even though all the tights 

are identical, Ihey are not a single color, which makes them an illegal uniform. The 

clerk of course is exercising good judgement by informing the relay team that the 

tights would cause disqualification it they were worn during competition. 

Situation #6: Prior lo a conference cross country meet, AT presents a prescription 

label attached to an inhaler to the meet director asking for permission to carry it on 

the course with the intent of using ttm the event she needs it to prevent as asthma 

attack. The meet director denies the request. A1 s coach appeals the decision to 

the referee on the grounds that It IS permissible for an athlete to carry an inhaler on 

the course as long as it is prescribed by a physician. 

Ruling: Denied 

Comment: 4,5.9H, requires that a letter or note from the doctor must be presented 

to the meet director or referee documenting the need of the athlete to use the 

atomizer during competition to ensure the safety of the athlete A prescription label 

on the inhaler only indicates that a doctor has prescribed the medication. This 

does not verify that the physician recommends that the athlete carry the inhaler 

during competition. 

Situation #7: The conference cross country meet is run on a very hot day with 

temperatures in the high 90 degree range. During competition, the coaches are on 

the course and the coach of Team C is observed handing cups of water to 

members of his team as they pass his location at the mid point of the course. The 

coach of Team A appeals siting that the coach of Team C gave his team members 

an unfair advantage over the other competitors. 



Ruling: The members of Team C that received water were disqualified 

Comment: Under the circumstances regarding the intense temperatures the day 

of the meet the coach of Team C should have made his concern known about 

having water on the course. In the above situation it is an unfair advantage for one 

team to receive water However, it would be permissible for meet management to 

have water on the course for all competitors if it is deemed necessary due to the 

very hot conditions 

Situation #8: At the start of the 4 x 100 meter relay. A1 takes a two point stance. 

settinghisblockssothatbothof his feet are legally touching the ground behind the 

starting line On the command of set, he extends one arm and rests his weight 

upon the baton which is touching the ground beyond the start line. The starter calls 

all competitors up and informs A1 that he cannot extend the baton across the line 

in this manner A1 requests permission to reset his blocks. 

Ruling: Denied 

Comment: While the baton may be in contact with the ground beyond the start line. 

such contact would have to be incidental while using a normal start where the 

competitor is supporting his weight with his hands m contact with ground behind 

the start line In the situation above. Al would gam an advantage by using the 

baton as an extension of his hand. Secondly, Al had the same time to ready 

hrmselt for the start as the other competitors and they should not be 

inconvenienced by having to wait for Al to reset his blocks. 

Situation #9: In the girls 3200 meter finals, Al , B2 and C3 continue to challenge for 

the lead position throughout the first four laps and Al leading one lap, B2 leading 

two laps and C3, who is the No 1 seeded runner, is leading in the fourth lap C3 

continues in the lead position, but Al and B2 continue to change places from 

second place to third and from third place to second. Each time Al and B2 pass 

each other, they pass on the inside, but do not touch the curb (or curb line) nor do 

they contact each other Both Al and B2 continue to gam on the lead runner C3. 

On the gun lap, 03, who is the lead runner by 10 meters, hears a runner gaming on 

her and foolishly looks over her right shoulder on the homestretch to determine it 

the approaching runner is Al or B2. In doing so, (a) C3 unintentionally takes three 

full steps over the curb line 03 crosses the finish line first, (b) B2 sprints past Al on 

the inside, intentionally running on the curb line, but does not contact Al. and 

crosses the finish line as the second finisher. 

Ruling: (a) 03 is awarded first place, (b) 82 is disqualified and Al is awarded 

second place 

Comment: The experienced inspectors on duty, waved a white flag while 03 

unintentionally stepped on the curb while on the straight-a-way, but waved a red 

flag when B2 intentionally ran on the curb line to sprint past Al When Al and B2 

were challenging each other earlier in the race, and were passing on the inside 

without stepping on the curb line and not making contact with each other the 

inspectors had correctly displayed the white flag 

Situation #10: Prior to the warm-up for the field events for a dual meet, the coach 

for Team B asks the referee for a ruling regarding the legality of the discus cage. 

The cage in question is a permanent installation built prior to the discus cage 

requirement and is constructed of metal pipe and chain link fencing. The coach of 

Team B questions (a) the size of the opening (26') and (b) the use of chain link 

fencing rather than nylon netting. 

Ruling: (a) legal, (b) legal 

Comment A: It was not the intent of the rules committee to rule any previously 

constructed discus cages illegal. Secondly, the suggested specifications are just 

that, suggested 

Comments: Regarding the use of chain link fencing, it is not an illegal material and 

may be used it that would be the material of choice. 

Situation 11: Prior to the beginning of competition in the high jump, the event judge 

notices that A 1 is warming-up is a pair of aqua shoes (slippers used by swimmers 

around the pool) The event judge asks Al if he intends to use the slippers during 

competition and is given an affirmative answer by Al At that point the event judge 

informs Al that the shoes are not legal footwear and suggests that he change his 

shoes for competition The coach of Al appeals to the referee 

Ruling: The ruling by the event judge is upheld on the basis that the aqua shoe is a 

slipper which is not securely fastened to the foot by laces or velcro 



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ATHLETE/Apru 1992 



Association Appendix 



The schedule for the Medical Symposia to be held in 1 992 has 
been announced by the representatives of the Kentucky 
Medical Association. The schedule is as follows. 
May 6 - Jenny Wiley State Park, Dr. Mary Ireland, 

Chairperson, 1 800 South Limestone, Lexington, 

40503, (606)276-5266. 
June 6 - Barbourville Community College, Dr. Ben Kibler, 

Chairperson, 1221 South Broadway, Lexington, 

40504,(606)255-6841. 
Jime 6 - University of Louisville, Dr. Raymond Shea, 

Chairperson, Audobon Medical Plaza #150, Louis- 
ville, 40217, (502)637-3636. 
June 1 2 - Murray State University, Ms. Kathie Pierce, 

Contact Person, Murray Calloway County Hospital, 

803 Poplar Street, Murray, 4207 1 , (502)762- 1100. 
June 1 3 - Kings Daughters Medical Center, Ashland, Dr. 

Gamer Robinson, Co-chairperson, Dr. Charles 

Dietzen, co-chairperson, 700 1 3th Street, Ashland, 

41101, (606)329-0204 (Dr. Robinson), (606)329- 

8678 (Dr. Dietzen) 
June 17 - Ramada - Newtown Pike, Lexington, Dr. Mary 

Ireland, Chairperson, 1 800 South Limestone, 

Lexington, 40503, (606)276-5266. 
June 19 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville, Dr. James M. 

Bowles, Chairperson, Trover Clinic, Madisonville, 

42431,(502)825-7435. 
June 20 - Kentucky Wesleyan College, Dr. William 

McManus, Chairperson, 2009 Old Cabin Road, 

Owensboro, 42301, (502)684-3759. 
June 27 - Hyatt Regency, Lexington, Dr. Mary Ireland, 

Chairperson, 1 800 South Limestone, Lexington, 

40503, (606)276-5266. 
July 17 -Northern Kentucky University, Dr. Michael 

Miller, Chairperson, 375 Thomas More Parkway, 

Crestview Hills, 41017, (606)341-5600. 
August 1 5 -French Quarter Suites, Lexington, Dr. Mary 

Ireland, Chairperson, 1800 South Limestone, 

Lexington, 40503, (606)276-5266. 

(Cheerleader Coaches Symposium) 



*NOTICE* 



If your school has filled an open date or coaching vacancy, 
please notify the KHSAA. We strive to keep this section 
current and depend on you to help us avoid any confusion. 
Thanks! 

THE GAME GUY AWARD 

This year the KHSAA will again award the Game Guy 
Award. School representatives and registered officials may 
make nominations for the award. The eligible person should 
be a pupil at the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of reccommendation should be addressed 
to Game Guy Committee, KHSAA, 2280 Executive 
Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. Deadline for nominations 
for the 1 992 award is May 1 . 

KAPOS SPONSORS MEDICAL 
SYMPOSIUM FOR CHEERLEADER 
COACHES 

The KHSAA requires that all high school cheerleader 
coaches attend a medical symposium by December 1992. 
KAPOS has contracted with Dr. Mary Lloyd Ireland, with 
the Kentucky Medical Association, to conduct a medical 
symposium designed specifically for cheerleader coaches to 
meet this requirement. 

The medical symposium will be held on Saturday, August 
1 5, in conjunction with the Second Annual Cheerleader 
Coaches Conference on Friday, August 14, at the French 
Quarter Suites in Lexington. The cost of the clinic is $15. 
The pre-registration cost of the coaches conference is $15 
(on site registration is $25.) Registration forms will be 
mailed to all high school principals by Augtist 1 . For 
additional information on the symposium or conference 
write: Becky Rudolph, 7035 Benton Road, Paducah, KY 
42003 or Lucy Moore, 483 Scaggs Road, Morehead, KY 
40351. 



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i ATHLETE/Aprii 1992 - 11 



Association Appendix 



1992 Football Open Dates 


1992 Football Open Dates 








Continued 


August 28 






October 23 


-Wayne County 


Contact 


Joe Shearer (606)348-8710 


-Massac High School, Metropolis, Illinois 


-Cawood High 


Contact 


Tim Saylor (606) 573-2424 


Size: Compare to Kentucky A school 


-Breathitt County 


Contact 


Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 


Contact 


Steve Woodward, A.D. 


-Cumberland 


Contact 


Randy Frazier (606) 589-*625 


-West Carter Contact 


Terry Osborne (606) 286-2481 




Contact 


Mrs. Reimer (606)356-3146 


-Elkhom City Contact 
-Raceland Contact 


Jerry Childers (606) 754-9098 
Bill T.Ross (606)836-8221 


August 29 








-Clay County 


Contact 


Eugene Hensley (606) 598-3737 


October 30 

-Muhlenburg N. Contact: Steve Hart (502) 338-0040 


September 4 






-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 


-Trigg County 


Contact 


Dixie Jones (502) 522-6071 


Contact: Mike Burcham (614)532-5235 


-M. C. Napier 


Contact 


Bill Dixon (606)439-1519 




-Bardstown 


Contact 


Joey Downs (502)348-1694 




-ProctorviUe, Ohio Contact 


John Lemley (614) 886-5347 




September 11 

-Muhlenburg N. 


Contact 


Steve Hart (502) 338-0040 


1993 Football Open Dates 


-Rockcastle Co. 


Contact 


Tom Larkey (606) 256^41 1 


September 3, September 24 and November 5, 1993 


-Middlesboro 


Contact 


Wayne Wilson (606) 248-9435 


-South Dearborn, Indiana 

Contact: BiU Slayback (812)926-3772 


September 18 








-Fleming County 


Contact 


Wendell Johnson (606) 845-6601 




-Breathitt County 


Contact 


Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 




-Rockcastle Co. 


Contact 


Tom Larkey (606)256^411 




-Raceland 


Contact 


Bill T. Ross (606) 836-8221 


1994 Football Open Dates 

September 23 and November 4, 1994 


September 25 






-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 


-Green County 


Contact 


Nelson Moore (502) 932-7481 


Contact: Mike Burcham (614) 532-5235 


-Clay County 


Contact 


Eugene Hensley (606) 598-3737 




October 2 


nOM^T 


-Portsmouth, Ohio Contact 


John Little 


1 11 J lAI 1 


-Marion County 


Contact 


Sam Simpson (502) 692-6066 


1^^/11 1 


October 9 






FORGETi 


-Knox Central 


Contact 


Robert Messer (606) 546-9323 


-Franklin-Simpson Contact 


Walt Heath (502) 586-3273 
Lowell King (606) 498-8768 


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-Montgomery Co. "^ *~~* 


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-Fort Campbell 


Contact 


Marshall Patterson(615) 431-5056 


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-Knott Co. Central Contact 


Maurice Dixon (606)785-3166 




-Cumberland 
October 16 


Contact 


Randy Frazier (606) 589-4625 


-Muhlenburg N. 


Contact 


Steve Hart (502) 338-0040 


-Knott Co. Central Contact 


Maurice Dixon (606)785-3166 


-Clay County 


Contact 


Eugene Hensley (606) 598 3737 


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-Marion Coimty 


Contact 


Sam Simpson (502) 692-6066 


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12- |ATHLETE/AprU1992 



Association Appendix 



Basketball Job Openings 

Russell County High School seeks Boys Basketball Coach. 

Interested parties should pick up an application at the Russell 
County Board of Education before April 30th. 

South Oldham High School seeks Boys Basketball Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Larry Phillips, Box 
549, Crestwood, KY 40014 (phone 502 222- 



North Laurel High School seeks Boys and Girls Head 
Basketball Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Walter Hulett, Laurel Coimty Board of 
Education, 275 South Laurel Road, London, KY 40741. 

Metcalfe County High School seeks Girls Basketball Coach. 

Interested parties should contact Charles Roberts at 
(502) 432-3171 or Gary Rye at (502) 432-2481 . Prefer 
applicant to have a biology certificate. (Application Deadline is 
April 24th.) 

South Laurel High School seeks Girls Basketball Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to G.J. Smith at Laurel 
County High School. (Application Deadline is April 17th.) 

Oldham County High School seeks Girls Basketball Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Tom Peterson, P.O. Box 187, Buckner, KY 



Football Job Opening s 



40010. 



Rowan County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resimie' 
and references to Marvin Moore, Rowan Coimty High School, 
100 Viking Drive, Morehead, Ky. 40351. 

South Oldham High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Larry Phillips, Box 

549, Crestwood, KY 40014. 

Boyle County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Tom Mills, Boyle County High School, 1637 
PerryviUe Road, Danville, KY 40422-9775. 

Johnson Central High School seeks Head Football Coach 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Steve Butcher, Johnson Central High School, 
Rt. 276 Box 202, Paintsville, KY 41240. 

PIneville High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Mike White, 401 
Virginia Avenue, Pineville, KY 40977. 

"NEW" North Laurel High School seeks Head Football 
Coach. Send letter of application with resume' to Laurel 
Coimty Board of Education, 275 South Laurel Road, London, 
KY 4074\. (Head Coaching Experience Preferred.) 



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Responsibilities: Plan, organize and direct all activities relative to the women's basketball and volleyball programs (recruiting, 

practice organization, budgeting, planning and coordinating team tra\'el, scheduling.) 
Salary: Negotiable 

Applications: Send letter of application, resume', graduate transcripts, and three current letters of reference to: 

D.W. Lyons, Athletics Director 

Box 121 

Kentucky State University 

Frankfort , KY 40601 

Application Deadline: Apphcations will be accepted until the posifion is filled. 

"Kentucky State University is the unique small liberal studies institution in the Commonwealth's higher education system. The 
University provides educational experiences to 2500 students. Augmenting the academic program at the University is the 
extracurricidar program which includes intercollegiate athletics." 

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influential coaches, players, officials and supporters of high 
school athletics in this great Commonwealth. To date, eighty- 
nine members have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. After 
twenty-two new members are inducted in March 1992, the 
total number of members in the Hall of Fame will have 
reached one-hundred eleven 

The Association began the project with the help of the 
Dawahare family, as an effort to recognize the excellence of 
high school educators, athletes, coaches, officials, adminis- 
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of Lexington, "We want to recognize and encourage the 
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Hall of Fame members are chosen for their contributions to 
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and Ralph Carlisle, who coached at Lexington's Lafayette 
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1991-92 Approved and 
Certified Baseball Officials 

The following baseball officials have qualified for the ratings of 
APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the National Federation 
Examination, 





CERTIFIED 




1 


Bivens, Sam 


Henegar, James W 


Pearson. William M 


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Combs, Ira D 


Horn, Greg 


Puckett, Jeffrey G, 




Conn, Curtis Dale 


Maynard. William R 


Simpson, Earsie L, 




Greathouse, Jerome 


McCallum, Larry R 
APPROVED 


Thacker, Todd 


2 


Adams, Darryl 


Gillum, Fred 


Napier, Glenn 




Arnett, Jr , Michael A 


Hancock, Jerry B 


Napier, Randall 


4 


Ashley, Paul R 


Henley, Penny 


Neeley, Robert 


Beatly, Dennis Sherman 


Hill, Ted 


O'Nan, James 


Bertman, Dick 


Hines, Gerald W, 


Parker, Rick L 




Black, Joseph Michael 


Horn. Nebert 


Pennington, R, Lynn 




Blair, Billy 


Hornback, Shane E 


Phillips, Kenneth A, 




Blount, Patnck 


Hoskins, Willie J 


Powers. James A, 


5 


Cheak, Harry Tom 


Janes. Kenneth E 


Rhodus, Jack 


Collins, Michael J, 


Joiner, Jerry A 


Roy, Dwight M 




Compton, Brian 


Kimberlain. Paul 


Sciubba, Arthur J, 




Cornett, Siah G, 


Kortz. Charles 


Smedley, Bob 




Cornell, Wesley M 


Kramer, Scott 


Smith, Ronald Lee 


6 


Disller, Don 


Knz, Steve 


Stephens. Gary 


Ellis, Timothy 


LevBis, Eric P 


Teague, Thomas J 


Ennis, Justin D 


Long, James E, 


Thompson, Barry W, 




Farmer, David A 


Martin, Bryon R 


Walker, William J, 




Felker, Dan 


Mathis, Robin Kevin 


Whitehead. Rick 




Finn, DanielJ 


Merritt, Daniel A 


Wilson. Bnan 


m 


Forester, Stephen E 


Mills. Tim Hobart 


Wollord. Eric D, 


7 


Forrester, Nicky L 


Moore. Edward J, 


Woods, Ralph 


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Certified Softball Officials 


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The following Softball officials have qualified for the ratings of 
APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the National Federation 

Examination, 



Caudill, Billy James 
Cook, Larry G 
Dillingham, Kent 
Ellis, Timothy 
Flinchum, Dirk 
Hatcher, Vaughn 



Ashley, Paul R 
Blair, Carl H 
Blevins, Thomas A 
-Burkeen, Anthony J 
Carroll, Bill W 
Carte, Larry 
Cummins, James Neal 
Ditto, Pamela 
Fabre, Gary 
Foster, Lewis A 
Garmon, Steve 
Gish, Darren R 
Glisson, Richard 
Gottbrath, Vincent H 
Greer, Sammy 
Griffith, Keith 
Hilliard,W Gerard 



CERTIFIED 

Hayes, James V (Pete) 
Hughes, Roy S 
Jones, Denver "Smokey" 
Matusiak, Martin H 
Newell, John 
Pearl, Jr, George W 

APPROVED 

Hoskins, Wilhe J 
Hurd, Danny 
Johnson, Ric M, 
Kazlauskas, Dan J 
Keen, Kevin 
King, Michael A, 
Lange, William E 
Long. James E, 
Miniard. Max 
Miniard. Steve 
Napier Randall 
Neeley. Robert 
Neihoff. Gerald 
O'Nan, James 
Paul, Judi Rogers 
Phillips, Kenneth A 
Plati, Joe 



Phelps, Joseph "Bucky" 
Russell, Gary E 
Turley, Jr , Roy M. 
White, David A 
Wilson, Kenneth H, 
Wooton, Windel E, 



Powers. James A, 
Powers, Steve 
Puckett. Jeffrey G. 
Roy, Dwight M, 
Singleton. Jim 
Smith. Sandro E. 
Spaulding, Harrison 
Stephens, Joe 
Turner, Tommy G 
Wadlington, Carroll 
Wallace, John 
White. Donald J, 
Whitehead, Rick 
Wilson. Lance 
Wooton, Rick 
Yaden. Andrea Burnette 
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Minutes of the Board 
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Minutes of the Board 
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Minutes of the Annual 
Meeting - 4-17-92 

Minutes of the Called 
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P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

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1991-92 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Commissioner's Report to Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred eighty-six schools joined the Association for the 1991-92 school year. Six of these schools enroll 
girls only and six have only boys. In 1990-91 there were 288 schools and in 1989-90 there were 293 schools. 

There were 206 schools involved in Football. Classes A, AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played 
at the Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was approximately 22,649 and ticket receipts were $105,975. Expenses 
involved in conducting the state football playoffs were $35,725. The approximate gross receipts from the Football 
District, Regional and Sectional Playoff games were $525,370. with expenses of conducting these games reported as 
$167,040. Paid attendance at the 120 games was approximately 142,831. All profits from the District, Regional and 
Sectional football playoff games are divided among the participating schools. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 71. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was held at 
Seneca High School, Louisville on November 8-9, 1991. Expenses incurred were $5,595. with receipts of $10,025. 

In Cross Country 207 boys' teams entered 24 regional meets. Two hundred two girls' teams entered all three 
classes in 23 regionals. The expenses incurred in sponsoring this sport were $18,805. and the receipts were $9,395. 
Classes A, AA and AAA were held in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

There were 132 schools competing in Soccer. The State Tournament was held in Versailles at Woodford County 
High School, from November 15-16, 1991. The receipts were $15,734. and expenses incurred were $9,171. 

There were 215 boys' teams competing in Golf, with the State Tournament being played at the Lincoln Trails 
Country Club Golf Course in Vine Grove. There were 148 girls' teams competing in Golf, with the State Tournament 
held at Elizabethtown Country Club in Elizabethtown. Expenses associated with the State Golf Tournaments were 
$14,901. 

There were 59 schools competing in Wrestling in eight districts and four regions with the winner and runner-up in 
each weight class advancing to the state finals. The championship tournament was held at Atherton High School. 
Expenditures incurred were $12,486. The receipts were $16,245. 

In Swimming 97 girls' teams and 96 boys' teams competed for the championships. The meets were held at The 
Lancaster Aquatic Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky on February 21-22, 1992. The receipts were 
$6,586.00 and the expenses were $1 1,848. 

The reported gross receipts from the boys' and girls' district Basketball tournaments were approximately $524,427. 
with reported expenses of $165,067., while the regional tournaments took in approximately $335,587. with reported 
expenses of $77,173. Twelve boys and girls district reports and eleven boys and girls regional reports have not been 
received at this time. All profits from the Distict and Regional Basketball Toimiaments are divided among the partici- 
pating schools. 

Ticketed attendance at the Boys' State Tournament was approximately 84,507 as compared to 129,139 for last 
year. The gross ticket receipts this year for the tournament are estimated at $677,000. with expenditures of approxi- 
mately $244,450. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament was 32,188 compared to 31,247 for last year. The gross 
ticket receipts were $137,930. with expenditures of approximately $92,700. A complete report will appear in the audit. 

In the other sports that are to follow, 269 Baseball teams will compete in 64 districts and 16 regions; 246 Softball 
teams will compete in 55 districts and 14 regions. There are 230 schools participating in boys and girls Track in eight 
regions in each classification— A, AA, AAA.; 21 1 girls' and 212 boys' Tennis teams will play in 13 regions. State 
cliampionships in Baseball and Softball will be held in Owensboro, and the State Tennis Meet will be held at the 
University of Kentucky. The site of the State Track Meet is unknown at this time. 

As of this date, receipts from the Sale of Novelties (sweat shirts, T-shirts, caps, visors, pennants, mugs, buttons, 
magnets) during K.H.S.A.A. State Events totaled $28,221. 



i ATHLETE/May 1992 - 3 



For your information, the receipts and expenditures incurred during the 1990-91 spring sports season were as 
follows: 





Receipts 


Expenditures 


Sale of Novelties 


Baseball 


$10,096. 


$18,499. 


$263. 


Softball 


5,680. 


26,397. 


808. 


Tennis 


200. 


20,421. 


288. 


Track 


9,259. 


65,685, 


525. 



A total of 3037 officials registered with the Officials' Division of the Association as of April 6, 1992, and the 
number of approved and certified officials in each sport are as follows: 



REGISTERED APPROVED CERTIFIED 



TOTAL 



Baseball 


362 


162 


122 


646 


Basketball 


659 


361 


553 


1573 


Football 


186 


205 


408 


799 


Soccer 


123 


102 


63 


288 


Softball 


285 


111 


29 


425 


Track & Field 


52 


3 


1 


36 


Volleyball 


60 


39 


16 


115 


Wrestling 


37 


4 


7 


48 



Sec. Dir. George Mercker conducted twelve clinics in Football. Asst. Corrmi. Larry Boucher conducted seventeen 
clinics in Basketball for officials and coaches. Asst. Comm. Brigid DeVries conducted nine Track clinics, three volley- 
ball clinics and one swimming clinic for officials and coaches. Louis Stout conducted ten baseball and softball clinics 
for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Staff of your Association and I are grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, 
principals, athletic directors and coaches have given us in running the programs of the Association. 






State Track and Field Meet 
May 30 



State Tennis Tourney 
June 4,5 «&6 



State Softball Tourney 
May 4,5 &:6 



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i Al ULE 1 E/May 1992 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING MARCH 18, 1992 



The Board of Control of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Best Western 
Motel, Richmond, Kentucky on 
Wednesday, March 18, 1992. The 
meeting was called to order at 8:30 a.m. 
by President Alvis Johnson with all 
Board members present. Also present 
were Commissioner Billy Wise, 
Assistant Commissioners Louis Stout, 
Brigid DeVries and Larry Boucher and 
Business Affairs Manager Julian 
Tackett. Roland Williams gave the 
Invocation. 

Sandy Allen made a motion to 
approve the minutes of the January 
17-18, 1992 Board meeting. Eddie 
Saylor seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Stan Steidel moved to approve the 
bills of the Association for the period 
beginning January 1 and ending 
February 29, 1992. Roland Williams 
seconded the motion which passed 
luianimously. 

Commissioner Wise received 
permission from the Board to fill the 
vacancy left by the death of Father 
Harry Jansing. 

The Board took the following 
actions on the appeals: 

*Jerome Wilson - Barren County 

H.S. - Denied eligibility 
*Shannon Smith - Clay County H.S. 

- Eligibility reinstated 
♦Nyree Coyle - Scott H.S. - No 

action taken; school should 

determine eligibility 
*Joe Hayden - Denied request to 

waive Limitation of Seasons, 

Section 6, Soccer 
*Gary Smitli, Jr. - Doss H. S. - Denied 

eligibility 
*LetriciaJohnson- AndersonCounty 

H.S.- Denied eligibility 

The Board then heard from Principal 
Charles Miller, Pleasure Ridge Park 
H.S. and Principal Jude Talbott, 
Bardstown H.S. regarding their request 



for the Board to determine the Uability 
of either school regarding a December 
3, 1991 basketball game. Following 
each presentation and questions by the 
Board members, Marvin Moore made a 
motion to deny Mr. Miller's request for 
the $800. forfeiture fee and continue 
with the contract for the 1 992-93 . Stan 
Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 7- 1 and two 
abstentions. 

Commissioner Wise then introduced 
Larry Conner, the new State Board of 
Education liaison. 

The Board then heard a request from 
J.R. Rash requesting that By-Law 6, 
Section 2. be amended to include the 
Kentucky Rotary Youth International 
Exchange, Inc. Following a discussion 
of Mr. Rash's letter. Jack Portwood 
made a motion that the Board deny his 
request and that Commissioner Wise 
advise him of the proper procedure to 
follow to obtain approval of KRYIEI. 
Stan Steidel seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

The next item to be considered by tlie 
Board was a request from Muhlenberg 
North High School to participate in the 
District Football playoffs in 1992. Due 
to the fact that the football alignment 
was approved through the 1992 season, 
Eddie Saylor made a motion to deny 
their request. Stan Steidel seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise announced the 
resuhs of the recent election for new 
Board of Control members. 

Regions 1-8: 

Grant Talbott, Owensboro High 

- 85 votes 

Regions 1-8: 

Kathy Hopper, Waggener High 

- 40 votes 

Betsy N. Glover, Hopkinsville High 

- 38 votes 

Libby Burr, Bardstown High 

- 19 votes 



Regions 13-14): 

"Ozz" Jackson, Whitesburg High 

- 23 votes 

Jim Potts, Powell County Schools 

- 13 votes 

Regions 15-16: 

Frank Welch, Belfry High 

- 19 votes 

Steve Butcher, Johnson Central High 

- 1 votes 

Thomas Swartz, Pikeville High 

- 4 votes 

The following report on ticket sales 
was given: 

Boys Sales to 3/13- $413,917. 
Girls Sales to 3/13 - $ 26,690. 

Commissioner Wise advised the 
Board that the Dawahare family is 
donating $50,000. to the K.H.S. A.A. in 
payment for furniture in the new offices, 
in addition to a donation of items for the 
reception area, lounge and kitchen area. 

President Johnson called for a recess 
at 12 noon until 8:30 a.m. on Thursday. 

MINUTES OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

March 19, 1992 

President Johnson called the 
meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. with all 
Board members present. Also present 
were Commissioner Billy Wise, 
Assistant Commissioners Louis Stout, 
Brigid DeVries and Larry Boucher and 
Business Affairs Manager Julian 
Tackett. Ray Story gave the Invocation. 

Eddie Saylor made a motion that the 
Board go into Executive Session to 
discuss possible litigation. Marvin 
Moore seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Following Executive Session the 
Board recessed imtil 8:30 a.m. on Fri- 
day. 



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MINUTES OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

March 20, 1992 

President Johnson called the 
meetingtoorderat 8:00 a.m. All Board 
members with the exception of Sandy 
Allen were present. Also present were 
Commissioner Billy Wise, Assistant 
Commissioners Louis Stout, Bridig 
DeVries and Larry Boucher and 
Business Manager Julian Tackett. 

Stan Steidel made a motion that the 
Board sanction Girls Soccer for the Fall 
of 1992. Ray Story seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the resuhs 
of the Fast Pitch Softball Survey, the 
Board took no action. 

Commissioner Wise advised the 
Board that the State Board of Education 
gave their approval to a revision in 
By-Law 4, Sec. 1, Enrollment. The 
change enables a student, once enrolled 
in the fourth grade, to be able to 
participate in interscholastic athletics a 
total of one year in each grade. Two 
semesters shall constitute a school year. 

Claudia Hicks was called on to 
discuss with the Board possible ways to 
structure the K.H.S.A.A. Sports 
Committees to include representatives 
from across the state. She suggested 
that the Board draft a criteria for this 
structure. 

Ms. Hicks then addressed By-Law 
17 as it relates to coaches conversing 
withthemediaregarding officials. Asst. 
Comm. Boucher indicated the 
K.H.S.A.A. would have trouble 
recruiting and retaining quality people 
in officiating if they are openly abused 
by coaches through the media. The 
current By-Law allows for penalties to 
be enforced regarding violations of the 
sportsmanship rule. The Board encour- 
aged the Association investigating these 
incidents to deal with them pursuant to 
the current By-Law. 



Following a discussion of Hall of 
Fame Basketball Games, Frank 
Cardwell made a motion, seconded by 
Gene Brooks that the Board introduce a 
proposal to the Delegate Assembly to 
eliminate the HOF Games. The motion 
failed 3-7. Claudia Hicks then made a 
motion that the Board recommend the 
week prior to the opening of basketball 
season as a Hall of Fame week and 
follow the guidelines as set forth in 
By-Law 25. Ray Story seconded the 
motion which passed 9-1 . 

Following a lengthy discussion 
regarding the Hall of Fame Selection 
Criteria, Claudia Hicks made a motion 
to amend as printed in the "Athlete". 
Roland Williams seconded the motion 
which passed by a vote of 9- 1 . Frank 
Cardwell made a motion that the revised 
criteria as written and printed in the 
Boys and Girls Basketball Programs be 
accepted. Claudia Hicks seconded the 
motion which failed by a vote of 5-5. It 
was suggested that the Hall of Fame 
Committee meet to revise the latest 
criteria. 

A discussion then ensued regarding 
the State Basketball Tournament 
format. Roland Williams made a 
motion that this be referred to the 
Basketball Committee for study. Gene 
Brooks seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Ray Story then presented a football 
proposal from the Western Kentucky 
Conference regarding a change in 
district and region play. Following a 
discussion ofthe proposal, Eddie Saylor 
moved to deny the request of the 
Western Kentucky Conference. Marvin 
Moore seconded the motion. Jack 
Portwood then moved to amend the 
motion to reject their proposal for 
cross-region play but to accept the 
elimination ofthe blind draw format for 
the semi-fmal round. Gene Brooks 
seconded the motion which passed by a 
vote of 8-1 and one abstention. The 
original motion then passed by a vote of 
9-1. 



Following a discussion of a two-day 
state track meet, Claudia Hicks made a 
motion to adopt. Stan Steidel seconded 
the motion. Eddie Saylor then moved to 
table the motion, seconded by Marvin 
Moore and motion passed by a vote of 
7-3. 

Commissoner Wise presented to the 
Board Corporate Sponsor proposals by 
Rawlings and Wilson to furnish game 
balls for championship events. Stan 
Steidel moved to accept Wilson's offer 
of Sponsorship to provide game balls in 
championship events for the sports of 
football, soccer, basketball, baseball, 
Softball and tennis for three years. 
Roland Williams seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

The next item of discussion was led 
by Louis Stout regarding a baseball 
training school forofficials. Stan Steidel 
made a motion that in lieu of requiring 
baseball officials to attend a particular 
school, that training be coordinated and 
developed through the local 
associations at no cost to the official and 
that such programs be coordinated 
through the K.H.S.A.A. He also moved 
that on-going training programs within 
local associations be required in order to 
officiate post-season games. Roland 
Williams seconded the motion which 
passed. 

President Johnson appointed the 
following temporary committee to work 
with Louis Stout on Girls Soccer: Gene 
Brooks, Claudia Hicks, Stan Steidel and 
Roland Williams. 

The next meeting of the Board is 
scheduled to be held at the Executive 
Inn, Louisville, on Thursday evening 
following Session 4 ofthe Boys Basket- 
ball Tournament. 

There being no further business to 
come before the Board, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL MEETING 
APRIL 17, 1992 



The 75th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association was held on Friday, April 17,1 992 at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 2280 Executive Drive, 
Lexington. The invocation was given by Ray Story. 
Mr. Story also served as Parliamentarian. 

President Alvis Johnson called the meeting to order at 
1 1:00 a.m. Fifty-eight elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Billy Wise introduced newly elected Board 
of Control members to the Delegate Assembly as follows: 
' 'Ozz' ' Jackson - Athletic Director, Whitesburg High School, 
representing Regions 13-14; and Frank Welch, Principal, 
Belfry High School, representing Regions 15 & 16. 

Commissioner Wise then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1991-92 school year. 
Phillip Back moved, seconded by Frankie Francis, that the 
report be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. (The 
Annual Report is printed elsewhere in this issue of the 
"Athlete".) 

President Johnson stated that presentation of proposals 
was the next order of business. 



PROPOSAL I 

Principal James A. Sexton, Eastern High School proposes 
that the following changes be made to the Constitution: 

Article FV^ Section 2. a - Representative: 

Each local . . . .association. Only personnel employed by 
the local district, or private or parochial schools who hold a 
valid Kentucky Teaching Certificate issued by the Depart- 
ment of Education are eligible to serve as a present or future 
representative. 

Article rv - Section 2. b - Board of Control - Notification 
to the Representative: 

To be eligible for membership and presently or in the 
future serve on the Board of Control, one must be an employee 
holding a valid Kentucky Teaching Certificate issued by the 
Department of Education and be an employee of an accred- 
ited member school or system which is in good standing with 
the K.H.S.A. A. and the school involved must be a school in 
the district which the alternate is to represent. 



Article IV - Section 2. c - Delegate Assembly: 

Each delegate and alternate to the Delegate Assembly 
must be an employee holding a vahd Kentucky Teaching 
Certificate issued by the Kentucky Department of Education 
and be an employee of an accredited member school or 
system which is in good standing with the KH.S. A. A. and the 
school involved must be a school in the district which the 
alternate is to represent. 

Phillip Back moved, seconded by Harold Russell that 
Proposal I be adopted. The motion passed by a vote of 49-5. 



PROPOSAL II 

Principal Kenneth Frick, Butler High School, proposes 
that the following change be made to the Constitution: 

Article TV - Section 2. b - Board of Control: 

Members of the Board of Control shall be elected for a 
period of four years by vote of the representatives of member 
schools in each section (Basketball Regions 1 & 2, 3 & 4, 5 
& 6, 7 & 8, 9 & 10, 1 1 & 12, 13 & 14, 15 & 16) and shall be 
a high school principal . In addition, two blacks and two 
females shall be elected to serve as minority represen- 
tatives, but they do not have to be a high school principal . 

Phillip Back moved to table Proposal II. WiUon Gant 
seconded the motion. The motion to table Proposal n passed 
by a vote of 30-26. The majority rules to table. 



PROPOSAL III 

Principal RobertD. Combs, Apollo High School, proposes 
that By-Law 8, Contestant on Other Team be changed to read: 

Any student who is a contestant on any other team at any 
time during an athletic season shall be ineligible to represent 
any secondary school in that sport for the remainder of the 
season. A student may participate in a summer sports 
program upon completion of their season or the spring 
semester has ended, whichever occurs first. 

Donald Hayes moved, seconded by Bill Patton, that 
Proposal in be adopted. The motion failed by a vote of 5-5 1 . 



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PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Robert D. Combs, Apollo High School, proposes 
that By-Law 25, Limitation of Seasons, Section 7. Softball - 
Girls (6) be changed to read: 

A regulation . . . completion. The eleven (11) inch softball 
shall be utilized in all contests. 

PhiUip Back moved, seconded by Donald Hayes, that 
Proposal IV be adopted. The motion failed by a vote of 38- 
17 due to the lack of a two-thirds majority vote. 



PROPOSAL V 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association proposes that By-Law 25, Limitation of 
Seasons, Section 4. Football - Boys, be amended. 

(a) Add a new section (6), and renimibering all subse- 
quent sections. Section (6) would read as follows - "(6) The 
Board of Control may waive provisions (2) and/or (4) of this 
By-Law to allow member schools to participate in Hall of 
Fame Classic contests. Rules on participation shall be made 
by the Board of Control, and published in the Athlete 
Magazine as a part of the official record of the Association. 

(b) That the contest shal 1 count toward any regular season 
records; 

(c) That the fmancial split of the net revenue of the game 
shall be 1/3 to the host school, 1/3 to the visiting school, and 
1/3 to the K.H.S.A.A. 

Frankie Francis moved to adopt Proposal V. Kearney 
Lykins seconded the motion. The motion to adopt Proposal 
V failed by a vote of 6-47. 



PROPOSAL VI 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association proposes that By-Law 25, Limitation of 
Seasons, Section 2. Basketball - Boys and Girls, be amended 
by revising section (7), part (f), to read as follows: 

That the game so played shall coimt toward regular season 
records, but shall not be used in calculating seeding in a 
seeded district. 

PhiUip Back moved to adopted Proposal VI. "Ozz" 
Jackson seconded the motion. Proposal VI was adopted by a 
vote of 47-8. 



PROPOSAL VII 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association proposes that Article IV, Section 3 , d-8, 
of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution be amended to read as fol- 
lows: 

8. Have authority to establish tournaments and meets in 
all sports and to adopt regulations for these tournaments and 
meets. The Board of Control shall have the authority to assess 
all post season tournaments in basketball and football a 
maximum often percent (10%) of the gross receipts, to be 
paid to the Association following the tournament. The 
Association shall receive all revenue from the Boys and Girls 
State Basketball Tournaments and the State Football Cham- 
pionships. 

Frankie Francis moved, seconded by Kearney Lykins, to 
adopt Proposal VII, The motion failed by a vote of 18-40. 

PhilUp Back moved, seconded by Norm Weaver, that the 
meeting be adjourned. The motion passed unanimously. 



MINUTES OF THE CALLED MEETING 
MARCH 26, 1992 



The Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met in a Called Meeting on Thursday 
evening, 11:30 p.m., March 26, 1992, at the 
Executive Inn, Louisville. All Board members 
were present. Commissioner Billy Wise, Asst. 
Commissioners Louis Stout, Brigid DeVries, Larry 
Boucher, Bus. Mgr. Julian Tackett and S.I.D. Jeff 
Rogers were also in attendance. 

President Alvis Johnson called the 
meeting to order and gave the Invocation. 

The meeting was called to discuss 
fmancial issues of the Association. 

Commissioner Wise discussed with the 
Board several options for borrowing funds to 
complete 1991-92. Following a lengthy discus- 
sion, Ray Stoty made a motion that the Board 
authorize Commissioner Wise and President 
Johnson to look into borrowing sufficient funds to 
sustain the Association through June 30, 1992. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Stan Steidel then made a motion that the 
Board submit a proposal to the Delegate Assembly 
allowing the K.H.S.A.A. to receive 10% of the 
gross receipts for district and regional basketball 



and football post season tournaments. Roland 
Williams seconded the motion Which passed 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Wise then discussed 
with Board members a request by representa- 
tives of the Million Dollar Shootout to make a 
presentation at the April 16 Board meeting. 
Marvin Moore moved to allow this item on the 
Agenda. Ray Story seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 9-2. 

The next item of discussion related to 
a Hall of Fame Football Game. Following a 
discussion of the procedure that is presently 
being used to schedule HOF basketball games, 
Frank Cardwell made a motion that the Board 
submit a proposal to the Delegate Assembly 
allowing schools to schedule a HOF Football 
Game (may be a Bowl Game or scrimmage) 
similar to the HOF Basketball Game to be 
played one week before the opening game of 
the regular season. Further By-Law 25, 
Limitation of Seasons, Section 4. Football - 
Boys, be amended to: (a) add a new section 
(6), and renumbering all subsequent sections. 
Section (6) would read as follows ~ "(6) The 



Board of Control may waive provisions (2) 
and/or (4) of this By-Law to allow member 
schools to participate in Hall of Fame Classic 
contests. Rules on participation shall be made 
by the Board of Control; (b) that the contest 
shall count toward any regular season records; 
(c) that the receipts be divided as follows: 1/3 
to K.H.S.A.A.; 1/3 to home team; 1/3 to visiting 
team. Marvin Moore seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Stan Steidel made a motion to table 
the discussion of By-Law 38. Marvin Moore 
seconded. The motion passed unanimously. 

The next meeting is scheduled for 
Thursday, April 16, 1992 at 8:00 a.m. 
Committee meetings will be held on Wednes- 
day evening, April 15 at 7:00 p.m. 

There being no further business to 
come before the Board, Stan Steidel moved to 
adjourn. Roland Williams seconded the motion 
which passed. 



ATHLETE/May 1992 



1992 MEETING - FOOTBALL ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 



The annxial meeting of the Football Assigning 
Secretaries of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association was held at the office of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association at 5:00 P.M., Sunday, April 26, 
1992. The meeting was called to order by Larry Boucher, 
Assistant Commissioner and Supervisor of Officials. 
Attending the meeting were: Joe Russell, Western Kentucky; 
Jack Hicks, Big Eight; Jack Goodman, Mid-Kentucky; Don 
Metzger, Kentuckiana; Stan Steidel, Northern Kentucky; 
Shirley Watts, Central Kentucky; Ray Canady, 13th Region; 
Denver Jones, 14th Region; Andrew Joyce, 15th Region. 
Also attending the meeting were: George Mercker and Jerry 
Kimmel, Sectional Directors; Andy Vervilles, an official 
from Western Kentucky; Juhan Tackett, Business Manager 
of the KHSAA. 

The meeting opened with a discussion of officials: 

It was annoimced that the registration fee for the 1992- 
93 year would be: $25.00 for new officials for one sport and 
$ 1 5 for any additional sport(s). The fee for officials who are 
re-registering will be $25.00 prior to June 30 and $25.00 plus 
a $25.00 late fee after the June 30th deadline. It was also 
announced tliat starting July 1 , there will be no deadline for 
registering new officials in any sport. 

Mr. Boucher discussed the proper way to pay officials for 
travel expenses. Schools will pay mileage (.20/mile) for only 
one car. There will no riding mileage paid. However, they 
will be required to pay hook-up mileage if necessary. If 
absolutely necessary that an official must drive his/her car and 
cannot travel with the other official, the same mileage rate 
will be used and he/she should be paid by the school. 

It was announced that officials' ID cards were not 
automatic admission to games. It is left up to the individual 
schools whether or not to admit the official. They are not 
entitled to automatic admission to play-offs either. Assigning 
Secretary cards should allow admittance to any and all games. 

There was a lengthy discussion on the importance of 
using only officials who are properly registered with this 
Associarion. It was emphasized that if an injury took place in 
a game and the official was not properly registered, it could 
become a legal/liability problem to the Association, the 
school and the Assigning Secretary who assigned the 
non-registered official. The KHSAA will attempt to help in 
identifying registered officials by providing a list to 
Assigning Secretaries around July 15 annually. 

Mr. Boucher discussed the conduct and appearance of 
officials. He cited several complaints he had received from 
schools, fans, coaches, etc., as to the conduct of some 
officials. He asked that each Assigning Secretary stress the 
importance of both professional conduct and their personal 
appearance to their officials. 



During the discussion of testing and examinations, Mr. 
Boucher stated that there would probably be some changes 
made in the method of administering the Part II exam. This 
will be decided at a later date and information will be sent to 
each Assigning Secretary. 

It was stressed that Disqualification Cards must be sent 
to this office if a player or coach is ejected during a game. It 
was also mentioned that it might be helpful if coaches were 
more aware of what penalties mnst be adhered to. 

By-Law 17 was discussed. Unsportsmanlike conduct 
(such as a coach discussing poor performance of an official 
with media, etc.) makes it difficult to recruit new officials. 
Mr. Boucher stated that the Board of Control was concerned 
enough about this problem that they have reiterated their 
support of the Enforcement Penalty Provision of the By-Law, 

The next item for discussion was clinic and make up clinic 
attendance. It was decided that there would only be two 
make-up clinics for football rules and both clinics would be 
administered by someone from the Association office or 
someone designated by the Association office. No Assigning 
Secretary will administer a make-up clinic. This should be 
communicated to the coaches and officials. The 5 points will 
not be awarded to officials for the make-up clinics. 

Mr. Boucher had passed out copies of the ' 'Pilot Project' ' that 
is being used in Jefferson County regarding ratings of 
officials. He stated that this or similar projects can be 
imdertaken by other associations. He did stress that no proj ect 
can be instituted without approval from the KHSAA. There 
was also some discussion concerning coaches' rating and 
whether or not they were needed since only 51% of the 
coaches sent ratings. A MOTION WAS MADE BY DON 
METZGER, SECONDED BY RAY CANADY THAT 
THAT THERE WOULD BE NO MINIMUM NUMBER 
OF RATINGS REQUIRED IN ORDER FOR AN OFFI- 
CIAL TO OFFICIATE DURING THE PLAY-OFFS. 
THE VOTE WAS UNANIMOUS IN FAVOR. 

Mr. Boucher asked the Assigning Secretaries to send 
copies of their local meeting schedules to him. He stated that 
the KHSAA Board of Control had asked for some type of 
monitoring as to the training of new officials. There were 
some suggestions on how to better train officials with use of 
materials provided by the Association (transparencies, new 
rule change materials, etc.). He also suggested that maybe 
someone other than the Assigning Secretary could be of help 
in the training of officials. It was felt that maybe an older 
official could be a big help if they were asked to do so. Mr. 
Boucher informed the Assigning Secretaries that there were 
some good officials' camps conducted in the summer and 
would like for them to encourage their officials to attend if the 
opportunity arose. 



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A discussion was had regarding vendors selling sports 
equipment at the KHSAA Rules Chnics. It was agreed that 
each vendor must contact the local Assigning Secretary and 
receive their approval before setting up shop at the clinic . The 
KHSAA will refer all requests to the local Assigning 
Secretary. 

Mr. Boucher reminded the Assigning Secretaries that by 
a Federal Court Decree in 1971 that coaches must have the 
right to scratch officials. These scratches must be in writing. 
It was also the consensus that to be fair, the officials should 
have a right to scratch a school. 

A MOTION WAS PRESENTED BY DON 
METZGER, SECONDED BY RAY CANADY THAT 
THE BOOK "FIRST & 10" BE USED AGAIN AS A 
MEANS OF INSURING UNIFORMITY IN 
OFFICIATING. THE MOTION PASSED 
UNANIMOUSLY. Associations must adhere to this 
standard in order to ensure post season assignments. 

The Football Play-OfifCommittee, in their meeting prior 
to the Assigning Secretary's meeting, made the decision on 
which conferences would be used in play-offs for the next two 
years - not assigned by years as yet but, they are: Kentuckiana, 
Western Kentucky, Big 8, 14th Region, 15th Region, 16th 
Region, Northern Kentucky and Central Kentucky. This 
means that when the rotation is complete, in the past five 
years, all associations will have had 2 crews in the champion- 
ship game. It was decided that prior to the 1994 season, it 
would be decided by this group how equal representation 
could be achieved. There has been no changes in the fees for 
either regular season games or play-off games. 

Recruiting and retaining new officials was discussed. 
Several methods of both were discussed. It was stressed that 
each association needed to be recruiting more officials from 
minority groups. 

It was announced that officials will not automatically 
receive the ' 'Athlete" this year. There will be newsletter sent 
to officials periodically. The newsletter will be paid for from 
the official division. The Assigning Secretaries will have the 
opportunity for input into this newsletter. 

A statewide officials' banquet will be held annually, 
possibly in April. Assigning Secretaries were encouraged to 
help promote this awards and recognition occasion. 
Hopefully, after one or two of these, it will begin to sell itself 

Mr. Boucher reminded all that a patch, if worn on the 
jacket, shall be the ' 'KHSAA Official Patch' ' and worn over 
the heart. A local association patch, if worn, shall be on the 
hat. No other uniform or jacket patches are permissible. To 
obtain the jacket patches, contact: Bo Queen, H & W. Sports 
Shop, Suite 8, Mt. Sterling Plaza, Mt. Sterlmg, Kentucky 
40353 (606-498-2271 work) (606-498-5243 home). 



A schedule of tentative Football Rules Clinic dates and sites 
was passed out. Assigning Secretaries are encouraged to 
contact these sites and arrange for the necessary facilities. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

* A letter will be sent to each Assigning Secretary on how to 
obtain patches for officials jackets. 

* Mr. Boucher needs a list of your local Policy Board 
members sent to the Association Office. 

* Next meeting will be held in December, 1992. Date will be 
decided later. 

No fiirther business, the meeting adjourned. 



e 



Football Rules Revisions 
for the 1992 Season 




Noted below are the Football Rules Revisions. Editorial changes 
as well as major points of emphasis are included. 

1-5-1a: NOCSAE mark required on face mask, 

1-5-1g1: Rules committee no longer "approves" removable shoe 

cleats. 

1 -S-Sg: Mandates that rib and back protectors must be fully covered 
by a jersey 

3-1-6: Stipulates obvious timing errors must be corrected before the 

period has officially ended. 

6-1 -9b: Another choice for R is to take ball 25 yards beyond the 

previous spot is K fouls by kicking out-of-bounds. 

7-1-2: Neutral zone encroachment restrictions begin following the 

ready when the snapper puts hand(s) on ball. 

7-1-5: Snapper may not remove both hands after placing hand(s) on 

ball. 

7-1 -6c: Deleted former coverage which allowed interior linemen to 

lift out of 3- or 4-polnt stance to receive new signals. 

7-2-8: Prohibits a Team A player advancing a planned loose ball 

unless referee is notified before that down, 

9-6-1 : Prior to a change of possession, if A or K goes out-of-bounds, 

It IS a foul on return inbounds, 

9-6-2: It IS illegal participation for any player to intentionally go 

out-of-bounds and return during the down, 

EDITORIAL CHANGES 

1-5-1, 2, 3: Reorganized player equipment rules, 

1-6: Identified legal and illegal coaches' field equipment. 

2-9: Clarified definition relative to initial force, 

3-3-4: Procedure outlined to officially end a period 

3-4-2c: Clock starts on ready following inadvertent whistle. 

6-5 Pen.: Changed "fair catch" interference to "kick catching" 

interference 

7-2: Reorganized rules on position and action of players at the snap, 

7-3-3: Illegal handing occurs beyond neutral zone, 

7-5-2, 3, 4, 5: Revised the order of articles in the forward pass rule. 

9-8-lj, 3: Second violation of team box shown by sideline 

interference signal, 

10-3-3c: End of run is spot of catch when momentum is in effect. 

Other rules aflected: 1-1-4. 1-5-1d4; 2-11 -2d: 2-22-2: 2-22-4, 5: 

3-5-10: 4-2-2e3: 5-2-5c: 5-3-3b; 7-5-5: 8-5-2, 3: 9-3-7; 9-8-1e 

POINTS OF EMPHASIS 

1, Pass interference 

2 Illegal contact 

3, Identifying eligible receivers 

Requests for football rule interpretations or explanations should be 
directed to tfie Kentucky High School Athletic Association. The 
National Federation will assist in answering questions from state 
associations whenever called upon. 



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May 1992 

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invites you to attend 

NFICA/NFIOA NATIONAL CONFERENCE AND COACHES/OFFICIALS SCHOOL 



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TENTATIVE DAILY SCHEDULE 



WEDNESDAY, JULY 15 

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NFICA COACHING SCHOOL #2 (1991) 

Baseball ~ Mario Borrocci Michigan 
'Hitting Ihe Double Play 
Basketball — George Raveling, USC 
"Creating Belter Player/Coach Relations 
Football — Jotinny Majors Tennessee 
"Surrounding Yourself with Ihe Righl People 
Vollevball - Kathy DeBoer Kentucky 
"Training Your Setter" 



NFIOA OFFICIATING SCHOOL #2 (1991) 

Baseball - Bulch Jacques, Wisconsin 

Umpire Preparation - In Season/Ott Season 
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Who Are We and Where Are We Going?" 
Football — Larry Rice, California 

Calls That Must Be Made — Safety/Sportsmanship' 
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Yellow and Red Cards" 



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Track — Earl Engman California — "So You Are Hosting a Big Meet" 
Special Topic — Ellen Coleman, M P H MA— Nutrition Fundamentals for Performance" 
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Southington High School coach John Fontana has been giving instruction to 
players like batter Darren Prozzo and catcher Joel Stamilio for 31 years. 

A Lifetime of Coaching; 
A Legacy of Leadership 



You might say coaching is in John 
Fontana's blood. The Southington 
(Conn.) High School baseball coach 
took the reins from his uncle Joe in 
1962, and he's been a guiding force for 
young people in his school and 
throughout Connecticut ever since. 

On the baseball diamond, Coach 
Fontana has led the Blue Knights to 
475 victories for an 81 percent win- 
ning record. And he's earned numer- 
ous coaching awards, including Na- 
tional Baseball Coach of the Year in 
1983. But his players' contributions 
off the field are even more significant. 

Ninety-four percent of his players 
go on to college, many on baseball 
scholarships thanks in part to Fon- 
tana's help. And almost all of his play- 



ers who attend college earn diplomas. 

During the holiday season, Fontana 
takes several players to the University 
of Connecticut Medical Center to 
bring gifts and spend the day with 
young patients in the pediatric divi- 
sion. He also coordinates a food drive 
to raise money for equipment, uni- 
forms and the team's annual spring 
training trip down South. A portion of 
the proceeds are earmarked for 
needy families in Southington. 

"My players and I have been 
blessed with health and good for- 
tune," said Fontana. "But it's impor- 
tant for all of us to remember the 
plight of less fortunate people. It feels 
good for us to be able to give some- 
thing back to the community." 




In addition to coaching, Fontana 
wears many other hats: guidance 
counselor at Southington High; ex- 
ecutive director of the Connecticut 
High School Coaches Association; 
and, come June, president of the Na- 
tional High School Athletic Coaches 
Association. He's spent much of his 
spare time as a basketball referee, and 
he also runs one of the best summer 
baseball clinics in the country. 

"John Fontana has been involved in 
sports from every perspective, as an 
athlete, an official, a coach and as a 
parent," explained Southington Ath- 
letic Director Bob Lehr "He's had ev- 
ery conceivable opportunity to grow 
and he's taken full advantage of it, 
which has been great for the kids." 

"I love what I'm doing," said Fon- 
tana, father of five. "1 love kids, being 
outside, hitting the ball around, and I 
love being involved with the coaches 
associations." 

At 57, Fontana has no plans to re- 
tire. That's good news for more than 
200,000 high school coaches in the 
U.S. who will be looking to him this 
summer for guidance and leadership. 
But it's especially good for young 
people, who look to coaches like John 
Fontana to learn about the most im- 
portant things in life. 



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1992-1993 



Test Date* 

October 24, 1992 
December 12, 1992 
February 6, 1993 
April 3, 1993 
June 12, 1993 



Regular Registration 
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(regular feel** 



September 25, 1992 
November 13, 1992 
Januarys, 1993 
March 5, 1993 
May 14, 1993 



Late Registration 
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(additional fee required) 

Octobers, 1992 
November 30, 1992 
January 25, 1993 
March 22, 1993 
May 28, 1993 



1993-1994 



Test Date* 

October 23, 1993 
December 11, 1993 
February 5, 1994 
April 9, 1994 
June 11, 1994 



Regular Registration 
Postmark Deadline 



(regular feel* 



September 24, 1993 
November 12, 1993 
January 7, 1994 
March 11, 1994 
May 13, 1994 



Late Registration 
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(additional fee required) 

October 8,1993 
November 29, 1993 
January 24, 1994 
March 28, 1994 
May 27, 1994 



Please advise students of the ACT Assessment Test Date Schedule through your 
catalogs, brochures, and other publications. 

'Due to the special requirements of legislation in ettect in New York, a February 1 993 test is not scheduled m that state, and the basic fee is higher on alM 992-93 test 
dates. This lest date reslriction and higher fee may continue for the 1993-94 testing year 

"Due to special services provided in Florida, the basic tee is higher in Florida on all 1992-93 and 1993-94 test dates 

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ATHLETE/May 1992 



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Association Appendix 



Job Openings 

South Oldham High School seeks Boys Basketball Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Larry Phillips, Box 
549, Crestwood, KY 40014 (phone 502 222- 



North Laurel High School seeks Boys and Girls Head 
Basketball Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Walter Hulett, Laurel County Board of 
Education, 275 South Laurel Road, London, KY 40741 . 

Oldham County High School seeks Girls Basketball Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Tom Peterson, P.O. Box 187, Buckner, KY 
40010. 

South Oldham High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Larry Phillips, Box 
549, Crestwood, KY 40014. 

Boyle County High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Tom Mills, Boyle County High School, 1637 
Perryville Road, Danville, KY 40422-9775. 

Johnson Central High School seeks Head Football Coach 

Interested parties should send letter of application with resume' 
and references to Steve Butcher, Johnson Central High School, 
Rt. 276 Box 202, Paintsville, KY 41240. 

Pineville High School seeks Head Football Coach. 

Send letter of application with resume' to Mike White, 401 
Virginia Avenue, Pineville, KY 40977. 

"NEW" North Laurel High School seeks Head Football 
Coach. Send letter of application with resume' to Laurel 
County Board of Education, 275 South Laurel Road, London, 
KY A014\. (Head Coaching Experience Preferred.) 



*NOTICE* 



If your school has filled an open date or coaching vacancy, 
please notify the KHSAA. We strive to keep this section 
current and depend on you to help us avoid any confiision. 
Thanks! 



STUDENT TRAINERS CAMP 

A camp for high school student trainers is being held by the 
University of Kentucky July 9-12. For information on the 
camp contact: Student Trainer Camp, E.J. Nutter Training 
Facility, Sports Center Drive, Lexington, 40506, 
phone (606) 257-6521 



Track and Field Revisions 

The Class A Region 7 track meet has been reassigned to 
Pikeville High and will be managed by Joe Mahan. 

The State Track Meet will be held on Saturday, May 30, 
1992 at The University of Kentucky. 




KHSAA State Baseball Championships 
June 11,12 & 13 



16- I ATHLETE/May 1992 



Association Appendix 



1992 Football Open Dates | 


1992 Football Open Dates 








Continued 


August 28 






-West Carter Contact: Terry Osborne (606)286-2481 


-Wayne County 


Contact: 


Joe Shearer (606)348-8710 


-ElkhomCity Contact: Jerry Chi Iders (606)754-9098 


-Cawood High 


Contact: 


Tim Saylor (606) 573-2424 


-Raceland Contact: BiU T.Ross (606)836-8221 


-Breathitt County 


Contact: 


Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 




-Cumberland 


Contact: 


Randy Frazier (606) 589-4625 


October 30 




Contact: 


Mrs. Reimer (606) 356-3146 


-Muhlenburg N. Contact: Steve Hart (502) 338-0040 
-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 


August 29 






Contact: Mike Burcham (614) 532-5235 


-Clay County 


Contact 


Eugene Hensley (606) 598-3737 




September 4 






1993 Football Open Dates 


-Trigg County 


Contact: 


Dixie Jones (502)522-6071 


September 3, September 24 and November 5, 1993 


-M. C. Napier 


Contact: 


Bill Dixon (606)439-1519 


-South Dearborn, Indiana 


-Bardstown 


Contact: 


Joey Downs (502)348-1694 


Contact: BiU Slayback (812)926-3772 


-Proctorville, Ohio Contact; 


John Lemley (614) 886-5347 




September 11 






1994 Football Open Dates 


-Muhlenburg N. 


Contact: 


Steve Hart (502) 338-0040 


September 23 and November 4, 1994 


-Middlesboro 


Contact: 


Wayne Wilson (606) 248-9435 


-Ironton High School, Ironton, Ohio 

Contact: Mike Burcham (614)532-5235 


September 18 








-Fleming County 


Contact: 


Wendell Johnson (606) 845-6601 




-Breathitt County 


Contact: 


Mike Holcomb (606) 666-8406 


Basketball Open Dates 


-Raceland 


Contact: 


Bill T.Ross (606)836-8221 


December 18,19,21 &22 

-Lake Cumberland Classic — Needs one team, three game 


September 25 






guarantee. Contact: Dave Fraley (606) 670-5507 or Bob 


-Green County 


Contact: 


Nelson Moore (502) 932-7481 


Tucker (606) 679-4241 


-Clay County 


Contact: 


Eugene Hensley (606) 598-3737 


October 2 






February 4 & 11 GIRLS 






-Meade County ~ Contact Jim DeVries 


-Portsmouth, Ohio 


Contact: 
Contact: 


John Little 

Sam Simpson (502) 692-6066 




-Marion County 


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October 9 






DOW 1 


-Knox Central 


Contact: 


Robert Messer (606) 546-9323 


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-Franklin-Simpson Contact: 


Walt Heath (502) 586-3273 


FORGET! 


-Montgomery Co. 


Contact: 


Lowell King (606) 498-8768 


-Fort Campbell 


Contact: 


Marshall Patterson(615) 431-5056 


-Knott Co. Centra 


Contact: 
Contact: 


Maurice Dixon (606) 785-3166 
Randy Frazier (606) 589-4625 


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-Cumberland 




October 16 

-Muhlenburg N. 


Contact: 


Steve Hart (502) 338-0040 




-Knott Co. Central Contact: 


Maurice Dixon (606) 785-3166 


-Clay County 


Contact: 


Eugene Hensley (606) 598 3737 


-Marion Coimty 


Contact: 


Sam Simpson (502) 692-6066 


October 23 






-Massac High School, Metropolis, Illinois 


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Contact: 


Steve Woodward, A.D. 


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1992 Game Guy Award 




LUDLOW JUNIOR AWARDED 
"GAME GUY" TROPHY 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Commissioner Billy V. Wise has announced the 
winnerof 1 991 -92 "Game Guy Award. "The award 
is presented by the KHSAA to a high school 
student-athlete in the state who has overcome a 
physical handicap to compete in athletics. 

The unanimous choice of the award 
committee for the 1991 -92 award is Mr. Brandon 
Claypool, a junior at Ludlow High School. 

Brandon suffers from a disease called Sacral 
Agnesis which is a malformation of the sacrum 
Brandon Claypool and the nerves at the end of the spine. The 

symptoms related to the disease include unde- 
veloped muscles in the lower legs and feet, and internal complications. He has 
had surgery on both arches and heels. On two seperate occassions doctors 
have told him he may never walk again. He takes medication on a daily basis 
for an indefinite amount of time. He also has tendonitis and arthritis in his knees, 
ankles and lower back. 

Brandon's mother died when he was in his freshman year at Ludlow High 
School. He now lives with his grandmother and uncle. 

Despite all of these problems, Brandon has strived to be his best. He 
maintains a 3.3 grade point average, despite missing 40 days of school for 
hospital visits. He spends many hours in the weight room strengthing his upper 
body to compensate for his medical complications in the lower body. 

Brandon is a three year letterman in track where he is a pole vaulter and 
throws the discus while wearing bulky rib and back protectors. During his career 
in Track he has received one gold medal, six silver medals and one fourth place 
ribbon. 



The KHSAA salutes Brandon Claypool and all of the other overachievers 
that make high school athletics special. 



^ ATHLETE/Special Issue 



SPECIAL EDITION 



This Special Edition of The Athlete will be 
the final edition of the 1991-92 academic year. It is 
packed with pictures and results of all the KHSAA 
sanctioned state championships of the past year. We 
hope that it will not only be informative and 
entertaining, but also serve as an efficient reference 
source. 

You have seen many changes in The Athlete 
over the past year and many more are slated for the 
future. We have thrived on your comments and 
suggestions so please let us know if you have any ways 
we can improve the publication. 

Thanks again to all of the students, coaches, 
administrators and officials for all of your efforts during 
the past year. Have a good summer and we will be 
back with you in the fall. 



SPECIAL THANKS TO: 

— Photographers: Joe Imel 

Stacy Rogers 
Chuck Perry 
Jayme Burden 

— Stone Photography, Lexington 

— Kentucky Printing, Richmond 



Whafs Inside? 

2 Golf 

4 Volleyball 

5 Cross Country 

9 Soccer 

10 Football 
16 Wrestling 
18 Basketball 
20 Swimming 
22 Track 

28 Tennis 

33 Softball 

34 Baseball 

On The Cover 

A sampling of some of the KHSAA 
Championship Trophies both past and 
present. This photograph also serves 
as the cover for videotape case on all 
videos sold through the KHSAA 
Quality Video program. 



"We appreciate all of your efforts over the past year! ' 



Special issue, 1992 



VOLUME Lni, NO. 10 



SUBSCRIPTION RATE . . .$10.00 



Published monthly, except July and August by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, KY. Acceptance for mailing at 
special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103. Act of Oct 3, 1917, 
authorized June 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 



Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: KHSAA, 
P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 



Editor: Billy V. Wise 
Associate: Anne Wesley Junes 
Assistant: Larry Boucher 
Assistant: Louis Stout 



Associate: JefT Rogers 
Assistant: Brigid DeVrles 
Assistant: Julian Tackett 



i ATHLrETE/Special Issue 



GIRLS GOLF 



Individual — 158 — Amiee Cantrell 
{Johnson Central). 161 — Aleshia Warren 
(Central Hardin) 162 — Jill Smiley 
(Madisonville). 167 — Tanya Cecil (North 
Hardin) 168 — Encka Montgnmery 
(Casey Co ), Sandy Stokely (Somerset), 
Emily Thomas (Madisonville) 171 — 
Beverly Brockman (Marion Co) 173 — 
Tammy Burks (North Hardin), 174 — 
Heather Kraus (Sacred HeaM) 177 — 
Ashley Smilh (Greenwood), Sarah Posey 
(Casey Co ), 179 — Charia Cobb (Laurel 
Co ) 180 — Joy Roach (Murray). 182 — 
Tamara Hazel. p (Frankltn-Simpson), 183 
— Came Beth Daughaday (Graves Co ), 
Cheryl Towles (Owen Co ), Andrea 
Rosenbaum (Marshall Co ). 184 — Connie 
Steely (Murray) LoHa Nordin 

(Assumption) 185 — Jennifer Howe 
(Murray). 186 — Amy Ridge (Lex 
Catholic) 187 — Kelly Brown (Norlh 
Hardin), Andna Beeler (Casey Co ) 190 — 
Ashley Sanders (Boyle Co ) 191 — Angie 



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192 — Mary Ellen Leasure 
ivillel. Marci Wells (Laurel Co) 
Sharon Park (Henry Clay)m 
Diehlman (Sacred Heart). 195 — 
; (Johnson Central). Amy 
rsel). 



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1% — Kristin Meyer (Assumplion). 197 

— Came Cornelius (Lincoln Co), Tyler 
Blackburn (Somerset), Leigh Spnngale 
(Harrodsburg), Jacqui Pelphrey 
(Pamtsvillejl 198 — Becky Puckett (Shelby 
Co). 200 — Amy O Daniel (Ballard), 201 

— Lisa Wentworth (Dixie Heights), Katy 
Davis (Paintsville). 202 — Kelly Gupton 
(Calloway Co ). Whitney Jones (Shelby 
Co). Amanda Pierce (Franklm-Simpson), 
Suzy Grayson (Dixie Heights) 203 — 
Kelly Chouinard (Mason Co I. Rebecca 
Hartley (Russellville), 205 — Melissa 
Robinson (Franklin Co]. 206 ~ Brandi 
Stevenson (Logan Co ), Carrie Wood 
(Scott Co ). 208 — Diane Gahater 



Elizabethtown 
Country Club 

October 15-16 1991 



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(Glasgow) Misry Edward 
209 — Whitney Elmore (Barren Co) 
Jamre Brink (Laurel Co ) Missy Roberts 
(PL Dunbar)l 210 — Molly Caplenor 
(Bowling Green). Chariry Wilson (Graves 
Co I, Angel potlinger (Bardstown) 





Girls 

Individual 

Champ 

Amiee Cantrell, 
Johnson Central 



Team — 742 — Madisonville 7« — 
Casey Co 762 — North Hardin 774 — 
Murray 794 — Johnson Central, 805 — 
Somerset 821 — Franklin-Simpson 828 

— Franklin Co 831 — Assumption 841 

— Sacred Heart 865 — Shelby Co 886 

— Glasgow 896 — Montgomery Co 911 

— Owen Co 938 — Notre Dame 942 — 



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1 Co 



Girls Team Champ — Madisonville North Hopkins 

(Kelly Green, Mary Ellen Leasure, Jill Smiley and Emily Thomas) 



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BOYS GOLF 




Lincoln Trail 
Country Club 

October 15-16 1991 



Boys 

Individual 

Champ 

PatVadden, 
St. Xavier 



Individual — 144 — Patrick Vadden (St 
Xavier) 150 ~ Steve Honchell (Estill Co ). 
152 — Chad Dawson (Franklin Co) 154 
— Adam Grogan (Murray) 156 — Benji 
Broadwater (Frankhn Co ). Keith Ohr 
(Estill Co ), 157 — Chris Thompson 
(Ballardl. Chris Shuiz (Highlands) 158 — 
Adam Jettnes (Casey Co ), Jan Von 
Wuthenau (Conner! Michael Kamber 
(DeSales) 159 — Enc Schumacher (Si 
Patrick). Cory Ryan (Wayne Co), Bryn 
Daulton (Pulaski Co ). Matt McClure 
(Russell). 160 — Bt^ce Walker 
(Montgomery Co), 161 — Jason Stockton 
(Male) 162 — LB LeMasler (Pamlsville) 
163 — Josh Garr (PRP). Brian Zoeller (St 
Xavier), Jason Lancaster (Mayfield), Ben 
Conway (Franklin Co), Kns * Mattel 
(Elizabethlown), Enc Mantell (Covington 
Catholic), Johnny Cardwell (Franklin- 
Simpson), 164 — Todd Bunnell (Tates 
Creek), Sam Steen (Bowling Green), 
Grover Justice (Pikeville), Bryan Conway 
(Franklin Co) 165 — Jonathan Belcher 
(Glasgow), R J Acree (Ballard) 

166 — Ryan Tucker (Somerset), Greg 
Arnett (Taylor Co ). Crafton Cornett (June 
Buchanan), Derrick Centers (Somerset), 
Matt Anderson (Covmgton Catholic). Andy 
Hall (Covington Catholic), 167 — Jonathan 
Faughl (Bowling Green), 168 — Mark 
Butcher (Casey Co). Todd Weissmueller 
(Henry Clay) Jim Belcher (Mason Co), 
Brad Faulkner (Male). Todd Thomas 
(Murray) 169 — Kevin Gordon 
(Middlesboro). Man Bowlin (Walton- 
Verona), Matt Eilers (St Henry). Matt 
Walker (Bowling Green). 170 — Alex 
Querna (Holy Cross), Cedric Hamilton 
(Casey Co ), Brian Duvalt (Bowling 
Green) Sieve Smith (DeSales), Robert 
Adams (Maylield). 171 — Oj Lancaster 
(Maylield), Danny Edelen (Male), Richard 
Giles iOwensboro). Richie Berry (Nelson 
Co), Steve Sizemore (Hazard). Craig 
Bealer (Ballard) 172 — Todd MiUay 
(Daviess Co ) Jason Drenon (Muhlenberg 
North), Ben|i Marrs (Glasgow). 173 — 
Jason Cox (DeSales), John Fryman 
(Mason Co ), Justin Haslord (Greenwood). 
Matthew Williams (Apollo), Tim Steele 
(DeSales), Steve Oliver (Elizabethtown) 
174 — Alan Plunkett (Livingston Central), 
Wes Folger (Lincoln Co ). Corey Bivens 
(Muhlenberg North), Patrick McClure 



Team — 635 — Franklin Co 688 — 
Ballard 670 — Bowling Green 674 — 
DeSales 675 — Male 679 — Casey Co 
680 — Covmgton Catholic. 6B1 — 
Glasgow 690 — Elizabethtown, Maytield 
691 — Russell 693 — Estill Co 697 — 
Mason Co , 699 — Henry Clay, 701 — 
Somerset. 704 — Owensboro. 707 — Si 
Henry. 710 — Paducah Tilghman. 727 — 
Pamtsville, 763 — Muhlenberg North 764 
— Grant Co , 794 — Taylor Co 




Boys Team Champ — Franklin County 

(Benji Broadwater, Ben Conway, Bryan Conway and Chad Dawson) 



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VOLLEYBALL 




NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 1992 CHAMPS 



State Volleyball Tournament 
Seneca High School. Louisville 

Novamtwr 8 & 9, 1991 



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GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY 




Christina Brown, Owen County H.S. 
Class A - Girls Individual Champ 



Mandy Jones, Pulaski County H.S. 
Class AAA - Girls Individual Champ 




Ginger Watkins, Franklin County High School 
Class AA - Girls Individual Champ 




Girl 



CLASS 1A 

Teams— 1 Tngg County 49, 2 St Henry 52, 3 Lloyd 
105 4 Dayton 117 5 Danville 121. 6 Berea 133, 7 
Webster County 185. 8 Cordia 218, 9 Kentucky 
Country Day 222, 10 Frankfort 253. 11 Caverna 260. 
12 Henry County 265 

Individuals — 1 Christina Brown, Owen Co 

14 44 72, 2 Carrie Barber. Frankfort. 15 13 43 3 
Maureen Egan. Si Henry. 15 18 65. 4 llene Kelly. 
Lloyd. 15 47 03. 5 Jayme Clements, SI Henry. 

15 52 05 6 Laura Bodde Si Henry. 15 57 87, 7 
Belinda Byron, Trigg Co, 16 00 20, 8 Mmdy Martin, 
Walton-Verona. 16 02 19, 9 Seana Parker. Berea. 

16 02 72. 10 Antoinelle Mayes. Tngg Co , 16 17 81 
11 Nikita Mayes Trigg Co. 16 18 40. 12 Kesha 

Alexander. Tngg Co , 16 19 20. 13 Sara Robinson. St 
Camillus, 16 20 09. 14 Candra Brighlwell, Lloyd. 
16 20 76 15 Jennifer Gonzalez. Cordia, 16 22 02. 16 
Tonya Herzner. Dayton. 16 22 55. 17 Anna Finke. St 
Henry. 16 23 01 18 Rosi Hammond. Dayton, 16 26 61, 
19 Mary Byron. Tngg Co . 16 27 74. 20 Misty Wesley. 
Somerset 16 29 54 

21 Beth Thomas. Carroll Co. 16 43 37. 22 Andrea 
Gray, Berea, 16 43 69 23 Gma Rodgers, Lloyd, 
16 43 99, 24 Molly King, Danville. 16 49 35. 25 Tammy 
Vulhop, NewCath, 16 52 86 



CLASS 2A 

Teams — 1 Notre Dame 50. 2 

Oldham County 103 4 Busseli 1 

118 6 Ft Campbell 135. 7 Ft Kn 

237, 9 South Oldham 239. 10 Flei 



Barren Counly 273, 12 fv 
County 338 

Individuals — 1 Gingi 

14 55 65, 2 Catoya Browr 
Natalie Ford, Fleming Co 
Russell. 15 34 93. 5 Lea 

15 36 93 6 Sylvia Moreno 
ng. OIdh, 



Varren EasI 83, 3 
I. 5 Dixie Heights 
226, 8 Highlands 
ling County 260 



Jlesboro 307. 13 Adair 



Owensboro. 15 30 69. 3 
15 31 64 4 Scarlel Haley 
I Ashwill. Warren EasI 
Ft Campbell, 15 41 06 7 
m Co , 15 44 04, 8 Tessi- 
beth Brunker, Harrison Co, 15.47 51. 9 Lisa Topper. 
Owensboro Catholic. 15 50 56. 10 Chrisli Belh John- 
son, Hart Co . 15 53 42 



11 Tara Hollhaus. Warren East 15 55 03 12 
chelle Sellers, Harrison Co, 15 55 46, 13 Emily 
bel, Notre Dame. 15 58 47, 14 Karen Crowe. Notre 
Dame. 16 00 57, 15 Christine Crowe, Notre Dame, 

16 02 57. 16 Charlotte Jahrew. Warren East. 16 05 43 

17 Holly Higgins. Highlands. 16 09 23. 18 Carey 
McGuire. Notre Dame. 16 09 92. 19 Amy Galer. Rus 
sell 16 10 32. 20 Amanda Roebel. Notre Dami 
16 13 31 

21 Carrie Auchter, Dixie Hts . 16 16 77 22 Beck 
Kolenbrander. Ft Campbell. 16 17 94. 23 Stephani 
Dempsey, Ft Knox. 16.20 94. 24 Sarah Wilkenini 
Oldham Co, 16 2124 25 Melinda Goodman, F 
Campbell. 16 25 03 



CLASS 3A 
Teams — 1 Pulaski County 25, 2 Daviess County 
101. 3 Sacred Heart 134. 4 Shelby County 138. 5 
Grayson Counly 148. 6 Holmes 164, 7 Knox Central 
194, 8 Greenup Counly 196. 9 Ballard 208. 10 North 
Hardin 215. 11 Assumplon 235. 12 Jessamine County 
248. 13 Mercy 255. 14 Holy Cross 379 

Individuals— 1 Mandy Jones. Pulaski Co . 15 15 21 
2 Trisha Hamilton, Assumpton, 15.23 01 3 Cassie 
Newton. Daviess Co . 15 28 53, 4 Julie Roberts. Pulas- 
ki Co, 15 3187, 5 Michelle Marshall, Boone Co. 
15 35 67 6 Amy Smith. Pulaski Co. 15 44 90, 7 
Melissa Sparkman. Christian Co, 15 48 47. 8 Angela 
Reynolds. Pulaski Co . 15 49 37, 9 Melissa Clark. Scott 
Co . 15 51 28, 10 Chrissie Twerdi. Henry Clay 

15 52 75 

11 Sarah Gillim Apollo. 15 56 56 12 Megan Ne' 
come. Nelson Co , 16 02 04. 13 Donna Raymer, Gra 
son Co, 16 02 53, 14 Rachel' Adams, Shelby Ci 

16 06 38, 15 Karen Fulton. Seneca, 16 05 81 16 Nat- 
alie Scruggs. Pulaski Co. 16 08 45, 17 Beth Turpin, 
Bell Co, 16 1179, 18 Colleen Guy, Sacred Heart, 
16 12 45. 19 Amanda Garnett. Christian Co . 16 13,50, 
20 Misty Bozarth Daviess Co . 16 14 16 

21 Karen Ausbon. Daviess Co , 16 14 16. 22 Amy 
Grilfm. Holmes. 16 16 02, 23 Jessica Smith. Knox 
Central, 16 16 37, 24 Kelly Smith. Paul Laurence 
Dunbar, 16 16 66; 25 Tiffany Edmondson. Holmes, 
16,17.03, 



ATHLETE/Special Issue - 6 



GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY 




Trigg County 
High School 
Girls Class A 
Team Champ 



Front: Bridger Dename, Belinda Byron, Kesha Alexander, Nikita Mayes, Michelle Bybee 
Christina Richardson Back: Mary Woodall, Tara Phillips, Antionette Mayes, Coach Mike 
Wright, Scott Brown, Mary Byron, 
Manager Todd Brown. 



Notre Dame 

Academy 

Girls Class AA 

Team Champ 




Front Sui,;ui LaVeue, Christine Crowe, Carey McGuire Back: Karen Crowe, 
Amanda Roebel, Nina Sanfilippo, Emily Roebel, Coach Bob Meyer. 




Pulaski County 

High School 

Girls Class AAA 

Team Champ 



Front: Frankia Fisher, Kerri Alexander, Natalie Scruggs Back: Coach Mark Wilson, 
Angela Reynolds, Mandy Jones, Julie Roberts, Amy Smith, Assistant Coach Byron Childers 



^ ATHLETE/Special Issue 



BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 





Brandon Gayheart, Cordia High School 
Class A - Boys Individual Champ 



Jeff Harris, Elizabethtown High School 
Class AA - Boys Individual Champ 




Boys 
At Kentucky Horse Park 
SK-course 

CLASS 1A 

Teams — 1 Bishop Brossart 52 2 Cordia 66. 3 St 
Henry 98, 4 Oneida Baptist 148, 5 Newport Central 
Cattiolic 171 6 Webster 174. 7 Lee County 229, 8 
Christian Academy 230, 9 Berea 250, 10 Williamstown 
255,11 Franklorl 256 12 Green County 283 13 Butler 
County 298, 14 West Hopkins 397 15 Bath County 400, 
16 Somerset 411 

Individuals — 1 Brandon Gayheart, Cordia, 15 
minutes 54 12 seconds 2 Keith Combs, Cordia, 

15 56 54 3 Pat Brauch NewCath, 16 00 81, 4 Pal 
Brown, Brossart, 16 01 13 5 Brad Dunlevy, Brossart 

16 19 32 6 Micah Hasty, Oneida, 16 35 71, 7 Brian 
Enzweiler, NewCath, 16 38 81, 8 Mark Treadway, Lee 
Co, 163961 9 Houston Barber, Franklorl, 164021 
10 Todd Rodgers, Caverna, 16 43 24 

11 Mark Worley, Christian, 16 5195,12 Allen Antle, 
Oneida, 16 57 82 13 Jimmy Moore, Walton-Verona, 

16 56 47 14 Graig Beck, Brossart, 17 00 93, 15 Lee 
Marlin, Walton-Verona, 17 03 09, 16 Doug Portwood, 
St Henry, 17 04 32, 17 Brian Golden, Brossart, 

17 04 62, 18 Jason Mertens, Bellevue, 17 07 97 19 
Bryan Combs, Cordia, 17 13 34, 20 Jason West, Belle- 
vue, 17 07 97 

21 Bobby Wells, Webster, 17 14 77 22 Mike Slradel- 
mann, Brossart, 17 15 56, 23 Craig Cochran, St Henry, 
17 17 81 24 Derrick Clark, St Henry, 17 20 44, 25 
Kevin Ryan, SI Henry, 17 20 86 

CLASS 2A 
Teams— 1 Elizabethtown 79 2 Owensboro 119, 3 
Barren County 122, 4 Anderson County 125 5 Russell 
126, 6 Warren East 129, 7 Western Hills 133 8 
Covington Catholic 198 9 Ft Knox 246 10 Grant 
County 247, 11 Highlands 283, 12 Marion County 308, 
13 Allen Counly-Scottsville 317 14 Adair County 345, 

15 Fleming County 345 

Individuals — 1 Jefl Harris, E-lown, 15 45 55 2 
Jason Renlrow, Western Hills, 15 57 80, 3 Tale Dillow 
Russell, 16 01 00, 4 Dennis Hutchison, Pendleton Co, 

16 03 63, 5 Cleve Eldridge. Anderson Co. 16 11 83, 6 



Jamie Pendygralt, Barren Co, 16 18 84, 7 Fernando 
Martinez, Ft Knox 16 23 69 8 Steve Brown, Barren 
Co , 16 24 93, 9 Joey Bowman, Franklin Co , 16 26 33 
10 Sieve Lyons, Ashland, 16 27 35 

11 Gabriel Esters, Barren Co, 16 28 08, 12 Jamie 
Boone, Owensboro, 16 28 50, 13 David ScotI, E-lown 
16 26 95, 14 Thomas Murley E-town, 16 30 83 15 
Justin Thompson Weste 



Tho 



16 38 64, 16 Ga , 

u, ,6 40 83 17 Darin Patrick, Rowan 

16 43 05 18 Chris Tuck, Warren East 16 44 44, 19 



KjO , ID1JU3 lO l-yHriS lUCR, WVdireil CUSl ID'*'*-*'*, 13 

Ben White, South Oldham 16 44 82 20 Wesley Ration, 
Owensboro, 16 45 44 

21 Anthony Thompson, Russell, 16 50 03, 22 David 
Worlhen, Owensboro, 16 50 32, 23 Brant Beart, Green- 
wood, 16 50 56, 24 Brandon Murley, Warren East. 
16 51 87, 25 Tommy Messer, Rowan Co , 16 52 82 

CLASS 3A 

Teams — 1 Lvt Trinity 44, 2 Daviess County 94, 3 
Shelby County 107, 4 St Xavier 112, 5 Apollo 171 6 
Pulaski County 184 7 Lvl Holy Cross 220, 8 North 
Hardin 229, 9 Grayson County 233 10 DeSales 254, 
II Butler 258, 12 Scott County 290, 13 Lvl Ballard 
305, 14 Jessamine County 337, 15 Paul Laurence 
Dunbar 360 16 Boyd County 408 

Individuals — 1 Johnny Baum Holy Cross, 15 28 36, 
2 Eric Vanlaningham, Boone Co, 15 35 88 3 Jeremy 
Kazlauskas, Daviess Co , 15 39 29, 4 Kevin Schwartz, 
Apollo, 15 50 09 5 Mike Barako Trinity, 15 53 77, 6 
John Perkins, St Xavier, 15 56 38 7 Jimmy Hatter, 
Shelby Co. 16 00 80, 8 Jett King. Apollo. 16 07 36. 9 
Andrew Lorenz. Trinity. 16 10 4. 10 Brian Schaap. 
Trimly, 16 12 76 

11 Jason Merris, Christian Co, 16 13 05 12 Sam 
Gaunt, Trinity, 16 13 32 13 Mickey Cralton Shelby Co , 
16 14 62 14 Jason Harp. St Xavier, 16 16 55, 15 Daryl 
Parks, Trinity, 16 17 13, 16 Shannon Stevens, Ballard, 
16 26 45,17 Jon Kramer, OeSales, 16 31 44 18 Dariel 
Saager, Scott Co, 16 33 46, 19 Steve Bair, Daviess 
Co. 16 35 10 20 Kelley Price, Trimly, 16 37 37 

21 Greg Shenton, Warren Central, 16 40 16, 22 
Jason Clark. Daviess Co , 16 40 59, 23 Mark Sullivan. 
Eastern. 16,41 58, 24 Brn GaunI, Trinity, 16 42 13, 25 
Jason Joy, Dunbar, 16:44 96 



Johnnie Baum, Holy Cross High School 
Class AAA - Boys Individual Champ 



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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 




Bishop Brossart 
High School 
Boys Class A 
Team Champ 



Front: Mike Stadelmann, Craig Beck, Tony Harden, Patrick Brown, 
Back: Coach Ray Kues, Billy Frost, Brian Golden, Brad Dunlevy 



Elizabethtown 

High School 

Boys Class AA 

Team Champ 




Front: David Scott, Jeff Harris, Pat Thornton Back: Coach Bob Shearer, Barry 
Billings, Noppy Nofsinger, Thomas Murley, Jym Crowson, Chris Nichols 




Louisville Trinity 
High School 

Boys Class AAA 
Team Champ 



Front Daryl Parks, Mike Barako, Brian Clarke, Sam Gaunt Back: Asst. Coach Fr. Joe Hammerle, 
Andy Lorenz, Ben Gaunt, Kelby Price, Brian Schaap, Coach Rich Rostel 



5 ATHLETE/Special Issue - 9 



SOCCER 




HENRY CLAY 1992 CHAMPS 



South Oldham 





Henry Clay 






Henry Clay 




Henrv Clav 




Covington Catholic 












Covington Catholic 




Paul Blazer 








Marshall County 




Henry Clay 






Marshall County 






North Hardin 




Male 




Male 












Male 




Trinity 









Head Coach Hossein HosseinI 

Asst. Coach Chris Webster 

Bill Breault 

Ryan Ellingsen 

Jeff Booth 

Tony Bonner 

Jeremy Rotter 

Mark Lado 

Trevor Wilkes 

Matt Kinser 

Steve Fitz 

Case Clay 

Josh Will 

Todd Weissmueller 

Cam Irvin 

Kurt Thoma 

Shane White 

David Baehler 

David Kibler 

Ben Bates 

Damon Coates 

John Tresaloni 

John Lynch 

Joel Thompson 

Josh Endicott 



ATHLETE/Special Issue - 10 



FOOTBALL 












CLASS 
A 



CLASS 
AA 



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CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKETS 



CounlylZI ( 7-3.2^301 1 






lountyh) 19-V5.-OD) 29 



CLASS 
AAA 



CLASS 
AAAA 



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FOOTBALL 



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DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 




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-13 



CLASS "A" & '»AA" 



CLASS "A" CHAMPIONS 



NSL 


Plaver 


Pos. Ht. 


Wt. 


On 


Nil Player 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Gr. 


4 


Tony Procaccino 


WRyQB6'l 


170 


12 


60 Scott Zahler 


T/T 


6' 


200 


9 


5 


Keith Schilling 


WR/DB5'9 


175 


12 


62 Jeremy Osborne 


G/DE 


5'10 


180 


11 


7 


Jake Gabbard 


QB/DE 5'7 


150 


10 


63 Matt Hope 


T/DL 


6'4 


255 


11 


12 


Craig Wilmhoff 


QB/LB 6'1 


185 


12 


67 Eric Vogelpohl 


T/DL 


6' 


200 


11 


15 


Greg Hergon 


QB/DB 5'9 


145 


9 


68 Ian Angel 


G/DL 


6' 


185 


11 


17 


Steve Parton 


WR/DB5'9 


160 


12 


71 ShaimonHuth 


T/DL 


5'10 


240 


10 


19 


Aaron Schachter 


QB/DB 5'7 


145 


10 


73 BUI Crouse 


C/LB 


5'9 


180 


11 


22 


Dave Burkhardt 


WRyDB5'09 


140 


10 


77 Ed Stites 


G/DE 


6' 


180 


11 


23 


Kevin Ward 


HB/DB 5'7 


145 


10 


78 Jamie Tobin 


G/DL 


5'8 


185 


10 


24 


Brett Brockhoeft 


HB/LB 5'7 


155 


9 


79 Bryan Dietz 


T/DL 


5'10 


240 


10 


25 


Ryan Redfield 


IIB/LB 5' 10 


175 


10 


85 Tim Spare 


WR/DB5'8 


170 


12 


26 


Brad Wulfeck 


TB/DB 6'1 


180 


12 


Manangers: 


Jason Dietz 






30 


Jason Bryant 


WR/LB 5'9 


175 


12 




Matthew Dietz 






32 


Charbe Mescher 


HB/DB 5'9 


180 


12 




John Wischer 






34 


Joe Johnson 


FB/DB 5'9 


180 


12 




Derek Estep 






36 


Brandon Berger 


TB/DB 6' 


195 


11 




Noah Wentz 






37 


Jay Schell 


HB/LB 6-1 


175 


11 












40 


Jimmy Eck 


WR/DB6'03 


165 


10 


Head Coach: 


Mike Yeagle 






41 


John Massey 


WR/DB5'7 


135 


10 


Athletic Director: 


Bob Bumette 






43 


Kenny Mason 


WRyT)B5'6 


120 


10 


Principal: 


Gene Sell 






50 


Chris Dreyer 


T/DL 6'3 


230 


10 


School Colors: 


Red & White 






51 


Ryan Smith 


G/LB 5'8 


150 


10 


Nickname: 


Tigers 








55 


Mike Siegrist 


T/LB 5' 10 


195 


12 


Enrollment: 


172 








57 


Ron Bucklin 


T/DE 5'9 


190 


12 


State Titles: 


1984 








58 


Chris Fedor 


G/DE 5" 10 


185 


12 












59 


Scott Raber 


T/DL 6-2 


240 


10 













CLASS "AA" CHAMPIONS 



No. 


Player 


Pfli 


HL 


Wt. 


fir. 


NSL 


Plaver 


Pfli 


HL 


WL 


fir 


1 


Rashaad Faulkner 


R 


5'11 


141 


9 


55 


Jon Vanderpool 




6' 


180 


9 


2 


Kevin Turner 


R 


5'8 


125 


9 


56 


Jeremy Clements 




5'8 


158 


11 


3 


Kevin Sharkey 


R 


5' 


96 


9 


57 


Ryan 1 rachsel 




6'1 


185 


10 


7 


Colin Rogers 


QB 


6'2 


185 


10 


58 


Chester Ford 




6T 


232 


12 


9 


Paul Morse 


QB 


6'2 


180 


12 


59 


TravLS Ruda 




5'9 


185 


10 


10 


Hunter Payne 


R 


5' 10 


155 


10 


60 


Randy Dignan 




6-0 


220 


11 


II 


Joel Grey 


B 


5'7 


150 


II 


61 


Billy Scott 




5'I0 


178 


10 


12 


Derek Robbins 


R 


5-7 


145 


10 


62 


Clay Durham 




5-8 


180 


11 


14 


David Durham 


R 


5'S 


170 


II 


63 


Tyler Moore 




5' 


124 


9 


15 


Todd Harris 


B 


5-9 


153 


9 


65 


Ty Colwell 




5-9 


155 


10 


20 


Willie McPherson 


B 


5'9 


160 


11 


66 


Tony Napier 




6' 


180 


9 


21 


Kinte Bess 


QB 


5'8 


152 


9 


67 


David Vaught 




5'7 


180 


II 


22 


Ahntoan Warren 


B 


5'8 


151 


9 


69 


Clint Moore 




5'8 


170 


12 


24 


Ben Kinley 


B 


5' 


143 


9 


70 


Jeremy Andrew 




6-1 


274 


10 


25 


Marty Bradshaw 


B 


5'9 


160 


12 


71 


Jason Lamb 




5'9 


175 


9 


28 


Jose' Pope 


R 


5'9 


135 


9 


72 


Kevin Arnold 




5'11 


215 


11 


30 


Brad Alcorn 


B 


5-9 


155 


9 


73 


Joe Meyer 




6' 


220 


11 


31 


Kerry Sharkey 


B 


5'10 


165 


10 


74 


Peter lunncy 




6'1 


245 


11 


32 


Nathan Harris 


B 


5'11 


190 


11 


76 


John Saylor 




5'7 


130 


9 


33 


Rodger Matthews 


B 


6' 


190 


10 


77 


Johimy Wyatt 




6'2 


165 


II 


34 


Zac King 


R 


5'7 


125 


10 


79 


Carl Jx:athers 




5'8 


149 


9 


37 


Kurt Dawson 


R 


6' 


175 


12 


82 


Eddie I^y 


R 


6' 


155 


10 


42 


Wink Sweat 


R 


5'10 


160 


10 


87 


Robbie langford 


R 


6' 


160 


10 


43 


Mike Webb 


B 


6-3 


208 


12 


88 


Ernie Lake 


R 


5'10 


205 


11 


44 


Toby Simpson 


R 


5'9 


162 


12 


Head Coach: 


Sam Harp 






45 


Robbie Wilson 


B 


5'8 


185 


10 


Principal: 


Bob Rowland 






48 


Andy Clark 


R 


5'11 


165 


12 


School Colors: 


Blue & White 






50 


Chris Patten 


L 


5'1 


112 


9 


Nickname: 


Admirals 






51 


Joedy Burke 


L 


5'7 


158 


10 


Enrollment: 


358 








53 


Kermy Yeaples 


L 


5'11 


186 


12 


State Titles: 


1962, 


1884,1987,1989 




54 


Ryan Grubbs 


L 


6'01 


180 


10 















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FOOTBALL 



BELL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




GEORGE ROGERS CLARK HIGH SCHOOL 





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15 



CLASS "AAA" & "AAAA" 



CLASS "AAA" CHAMPIONS 



No, 


PUvtr 


Pos. 


HL 


WL 


Gr 


Njb PUver 


Pos. 


HL 


Wt. 


Gl 


5 


Ray Stepp 


WR 


5'11 


150 


10 


72 Alan Gilbert 


T 


6'0 


225 


11 


7 


Steve Knuckles 


HB 


5'8 


155 


11 


73 Danny Sanders 


T 


5'1I 


270 


11 


9 


Jody Brock 


QB 


5'9 


140 


10 


75 John I'arrott 


T 


6-1 


225 


10 


10 


Derek Jones 


QB 


5-10 


155 


11 


77 Fonnie Gray 


T 


6'4 


285 


12 


13 


Carliss Muncy 


WR 


5'10 


140 


10 


78 TravLS Wilder 


T 


5'10 


255 


10 


15 


Jay Rutherford 


QB 


5 '9 


150 


id 


81 Bnan Fang ford 


WR 


6'4 


175 


12 


20 


Gnt Callebs 


HB 


5'10 


175 


10 


82 Mike Callebs 


TE 


6'0 


170 


9 


23 


Lowell Scott 


TE 


5 '9 


155 


11 


83 Robbie Jeffers 


TE 


6'1 


201 


12 


24 


Donnie LeMar 


FB 


5'8 


170 


9 


84 Stacy Ellison 


WR 


6'0 


160 


11 


25 


Billy Joe Lee 


HB 


5'7 


140 


9 


85 John Knuckles 


WR 


5'5 


130 


12 


27 


Dewayne Graves 


HB 


5'4 


145 


11 


86 David Brainard 


WR 


5 '9 


145 


12 


28 


Damn Thomas 


HB 


5' 10 


162 


10 


Managers: 


Derek Delk 






29 


Andy Wilder 


WR 


5'9 


135 


10 




Jason Elder 






30 


Lee Jenkins 


HB 


5' 10 


190 


12 




Brett Thompson 






32 


Donald Wilson 


FB 


5'10 


185 


10 












33 


Shawn Ward 


FB 


5'10 


175 


11 


Head Coach: 


Dudley 


Hilton 






34 


Reggie Robbins 


HB 


5'5 


140 


11 


Athletic Director: 


Dudley 


Hilton 






41 


Joe Smith 


FB 


6'2 


240 


12 


Principal: 


George 


W Thompson 




42 


Kevin Jackson 


HB 


5-10 


195 


11 


School Colore: 


Blue & White 






45 


Darrin Clark 


TF 


6'6 


215 


11 


Nickname: 


Bobcats 








50 


Matt McWilliams 


C 


5'10 


190 


11 


Enrolhnent: 


829 








51 


Tony Hunley 


C 


5'10 


245 


12 












55 


Demck Thomas 


G 


6'0 


230 


12 












62 


William Jackson 


T 


6'0 


250 


10 












65 


Arthur Carter 


G 


5'10 


225 


10 












66 


Johnny Slusher 


G 


5-9 


197 


10 












67 


Matthew Williams G 


5'll 


310 


11 












69 


George Howard 


C 


5'11 


220 


9 












70 


Chris McGeorge 


G 


5' 10 


230 


12 












71 


Steve Smith 


T 


6'0 


218 


9 













CLASS "AAAA" CHAMPIONS 



Nil 


PUvtr 


Pfii, 


HL 


Wt. 


Gl 


No. Plaver 


Pfii 


HL 


Wt. 


Gl 


2 


Tony Fanning 


QB/S 


5'10 


150 


10 


56 Shawn Elam 


G/E 


6'3 


220 


12 


5 


Jerome Embry 


QB/LB 


6'2 


185 


12 


57 Rick Conner 


G/LB 


5'11 


220 


10 


10 


Doug VanWinkle 


E/LB 


5'10 


165 


11 


60 Ronnie Pelfrey 


G/E 


5'11 


150 


9 


11 


Thomas Jones 


QB/S 


6' 


170 


11 


62 Chns Johnson 


G/LB 


5'I0 


155 


11 


17 


Brandon HermenittQB/LB 5' 10 


185 


12 


63 Chad WeUs 


T/T 


6'1 


185 


11 


20 


Ryan Hudson 


HB/HB 58 


155 


12 


64 Jeff Hubbard 


GAT 


5'11 


200 


12 


21 


Brandon Sidwell 


IIB/HB 5'7 


150 


9 


65 Tom Shropshire 


G/FB 


6' 


185 


11 


22 


Eric Clay 


HB/HB 5'10 


180 


12 


66 James Stults 


G/l.B 


5M1 


200 


10 


23 


George Baker 


QB/S 


5'8 


135 


9 


70 Shawn Roach 


GAF 


6'5 


245 


12 


25 


Tim Hampton 


HB/E 


6'3 


200 


12 


71 Bill Burgess 


T/T 


6'4 


245 


10 


26 


Jason Hazebigg 


HB/LB 6' 


145 


9 


72 Randall Kiser 


T/T 


5-10 


215 


9 


27 


Robbie Felts 


E/HB 


5'7 


135 


11 


73 Dale Gough 


C/LB 


6'l 


200 


12 


28 


Danny Thomas 


HB/HB 5'7 


135 


10 


74 Michael Hounshell T/T 


6' 


210 


10 


29 


Terrell Warner 


HB/HB 5'7 


160 


11 


75 Trent Travis 


T/F 


6' 


200 


11 


30 


James Bates 


HB/LB 5'7 


150 


9 


76 Kevm Warner 


T/T 


511 


220 


12 


32 


Kenny Davis 


FB/LB 


6-3 


185 


11 


77 John Hatton 


T/T 


6'5 


305 


12 


33 


Daniel Israel 


FB/E 


5'11 


160 


12 


80 Jerry Mays 


E/FB 


6'4 


225 


9 


34 


Stephon Bruton 


IIB/FIB 5' 11 


160 


11 


81 Raymie Lightner 


E/E 


5'10 


150 


11 


35 


Mike l^ahy 


FB/FB 


6'1 


170 


11 


82 Kirby Vamey 


E/LB 


6' 


180 


12 


40 


Teddy Manns 


HB/HB 5'8 


145 


11 


83 Dwayne Morton 


E/LB 


6' 


185 


12 


41 


Bnan Maynard 


FB/LB 


5'11 


190 


10 


84 Will Pumphrey 


E/LB 


5'11 


190 


12 


42 


Joel Huber 


E/HB 


5'10 


160 


9 


85 Leonard Skinner 


E/E 


5'11 


175 


12 


43 


Mickey Younger 


T/T 


5'6 


145 


9 


86 Charles Hazelrigg 


E/LB 


5-11 


170 


11 


45 


Man Poole 


GAP 


6' 


185 


9 


87 John Watts 


E/LB 


6'00 


175 


12 


50 


Shane Wiseman 


T/T 


5'10 


195 


12 


Head Coach: 


Don Danko 






51 


Dustin Dallon 


C/T 


5-11 


145 


9 


Athletic Director: 


Herb Goodinan 






52 


Robbie Rainey 


G/J 


5 '9 


170 


9- 


Principal: 


Guy Strong 






53 


Jimmy Day 


C/LB 


5'7 


170 


10 


School Colors: 


Gold, 


Cardinal 


White 




54 


Mark Hounshell 


C/T 


6'1 


195 


9 


Nickname: 


Cardinals 






55 


Mike Hines 


C/T 


5'6 


200 


11 


Enrollment: 


1055 









•2 ATHLETE/Special Issue 



16 



WRESTLING 



1992 TEAM STANDINGS 

1. Hopkinsville 166.0* 

2. Woodford County 120.5 

3. Simon Kenton 118.0 

4. Harrison County 98.0 

5. Campbell County 91.5 

6. Western 89.0 

7. Sheldon Clark 79.0 

8. Union County 69.0 

9. Caldwell County 65.0 

10. Trinity 61.5 

11. Central Hardin 57.5 

12. Henry Clay 46.0 

13. Johnson Central 46.0 

14. Holmes 38.5 

15. North Hardin 38.0 

16. Fairdale 36.0 

17. Eastern 35.5 
St. Xavier 35.0 

19. Boone County 34.0 

20. Fort Campbell 33.5 

21. Lafayette 26.0 

22. Seneca 22.0 

23. Tates Creek 19.0 

24. Scott 18.0 

25. Valley 17.0 

26. Dixie Heights 15.0 
Paducah Ti Ighman 15.0 

28. Atherton 8.0 

Wayne County 8.0 

30. Ashland 5.0 

* New State Tournament Scoring Record 




31, 



33. 



37. 



39. 



42. 



1992 Outstanding Wrestler 
Willie Ennels 

Jeffersontown 4.0 

Waggener 4.0 

Conner 3.0 

Fort Knox 3.0 

Franklin County 3.0 

Kentucky Country Day 3.0 



Fern Creek 

West Carter 

Christian County 

Moore 

Oldham County 

Central 

Ky. School f/t Blind 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Shawnee 

South Oldham 



2.0 
2.0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 



■s ATHL/ETE/Special Issue 



17 



WRESTLING 




HOPKINSVILLE 
HIGH SCHOOL 
1992 
CHAMPS 



103 -- Bobby VanHoose, 

Johnson Central 
112 — BradErvin, 

Union County 
119 -- Jeff Mosby, 

Central Hardin 
125 ~ Shawn Mekley, 

Woodford County 
130 -- Roy Gibbs, 

Harrison County 
135 — Tony Condi, 

Henry Clay 
140 -- Paul Kaiser, 

Simon-Kenton 
145 — Chris Hagen, 

Campbell County 
152 - Joey Roby, 

Caldwell County 
160 -- Willie Ennels, 

Hopkinsville 
171 ~ Rob Rickman, 

Lafayette 
189 -- Bruce Stepp, 

Sheldon Clark 
Heavyweight (188-275) -- 

Frank Wolnitzek, Holmes 




INDIVIDUAL WEIGHT CLASS CHAMPS 



5 ATHLETE/Special Issue -18 



GIRLS BASKETBALL 




MERCY ACADEMY 1992 CHAMPS 

FRONT ROW L-R: Katie Wintergerst, Angle Parker, Karmin Kupper, Kristie Stuckenberg, Katie Roalols, 
Polly Beth Larlmore, Leslie Scully, Mark Evans. BACK ROW L-R: Audrey Atkins, Michelle Amshoff, Sharon 
Hagan, Kristy Schuetter, Christina Jansen, Brandy Spies, Carrie Smith, Angle Strothman. 



ADAIR CO (5) - PAGE 18 
CALDWELL CO (2) — PAGE 15 


wedne'sda 


WARREN EAST (41 -PAGE 17 
DIXIE HEIGHTS (9) -PAGE 24 


WEDNESDAY 


HENRY CLAY (111 -PAGE 26 
ASHLAND PAUL BLAZER (16) — PAGE 31 


WEDNESDAV 


CLAY CO (131- PAGE 28 
SHELBY CO (8) - PAGE 21 


wedne'sda 


SHELDON CLARK (15) — PAGE 30 


1 OOPU 
THURSDAY 


SOUTHERN 16) - PAGE 19 
MERCY (7) -PAGE 20 


THi!i°RSD"AY 


MONTICELLO(12)_PAGE27 


THURSDAY 


GRAVES CO (11 -PAGE 14 
WHITESBURG(14)- PAGE 29 


THURSOAV 



ADAIR COUNTY 





rioay 


WARREN EAST 






WARREN EAST 


CLAY COUNTY 


SATURDAY 








CLAY COUNTY 


HENRY CLAY 


CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 

8 00PM SATURDAY 

MERCY 


2 30PM 


niDAY 


CLAY COUNTY 


MERCY 




NICHOLAS COUNTY 






«ioay 


MERCY 


WHITESBURG 


SATURDAY 






OWENSBORO 






RIOAY 




WHITESBURG 









CHAMPIONS 



i ATHLETE/Special Issue - 19 



BOYS BASKETBALL 




UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS ACADEMY 1992 CHAMPS 

FRONT ROW L-R: Mauryiou Buckner, Steve Caldwell, TJ Hollowell, Darvin Adams, Otis Duiguld, Jameron 
Brown, Rob Smith, Henry Russell BACK ROW L-R: Jade Latham, Terrance Wester, Derrick Quarles, Delvin 
Adams, Doug Colburn, Darren Allaway, Tom Flynn, Tim Flynn, Jonathan Warren, Marty Cline, Jared Glass 
(Greg Buckner - absent from photo). 



100PM 


CLAY COUNTY 


CLAY COUNTY 


LEX. CATHOLIC 


UNIVERSITY 
HEIGHTS 




WEDNESDAY 


FRANKLIN SIMPSON 




2 30PW 


10 00 A M SATURDAY 

LEX. CATHOLIC 




WEDNESDAY 


LEX. CATHOLIC 






CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 

8 00PM SATURDAY 

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 




WEDNESDAY 


2 30 PM FRIDAY 

PULASKI 






OWENSBORO 




WEDNESDAY 


BELFRY 


CHAMPIONS 








THURSDAY 


OWENSBORO""''" "'"'" 




2 30PM 


1 1 30 A M SATURDAY 

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 




THURSDAY 


PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 










THURSDAY 


UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS 




9 00PM 







i ATHLETE/Special Issue - 20 



SWIMMING & DIVING 



GIRLS FINAL RESULTS 


BOYS FINAL RESULTS 


COMBINED RESULTS 


Top 25 






Top 25 






Top 25 




Team 


Points 




Team 


Points 




Team 


Points 


1 Elizabethtown 


163 


1 


St. Xavier 


282.5 


1 


Henry Clay 


232 


2 Notre Dame 


162 


2 


Ballard 


174 


2 


Bowling Green 


227 


3 Henry Clay 


146 


3 


Model 


113 


3 


Ballard 


217 


4 Bowling Green 


124 


4 


Lafayette 


105 


4 


Model 


211 


5 Sacred Heart 


102 


5 


Bowling Green 


103 


5 


Elizabethtown 


181 


5 Hopkinsville 


102 


6 


Henry Clay 


86 


6 


Lafayette 


107 


7 Model 


98 


7 


Highlands 


72 


7 


Hopkinsville 


103 


8 Paul Blazer 


59 


8 


Shelby County 


57 


8 


Beechwood 


78 


9 Beechwood 


50 


9 


Covington Catholic 


50 


9 


Highlands 


74 


10 Ballard 


43 


10 


Paul Dunbar 


35 


10 


Atherton 


69.5 


11 Danville 


40 


11 


Atherton 


32 


11 


Paul Blazer 


67 


12 Scott 


38 


11 


DuPont Manual 


32 


12 


Dixie Heights 


60 


13 Atherton 


37.5 


13 


Beechwood 


28 


13 


Shelby County 


57 


14 Dixie Heights 


33 


14 


Dixie Heights 


27 


14 


Danville 


47 


15 Villa Madonna 


26 


15 


Campbellsville 


26 


15 


Tates Creek 


46 


16 Tates Creek 


24 


16 


Tates Creek 


22 


16 


Male 


45 


16 Male 


24 


17 


Male 


21 


17 


Scott 


38 


18 Eastern 


19 


18 


Elizabethtown 


18 


18 


DuPont Manual 


37 


19 Lexington Catholic 


15 


19 


MadisonvilleN. Hop. 


17.5 


19 


Paul Dunbar 


35 


20 Taylor County 


13 


20 


Sayre 


16 


20 


Eastern 


32 


21 Brown 


11 


21 


Marion County 


14 


21 


Paducah Tilghman 


12 


22 Ohio County 


10 


22 


Eastern 


13 


22 


Ohio County 


11 


22 Conner 


10 


23 


Paducah Tilghman 


11 


23 


Daviess County 


9 


24 Lloyd Memorial 


9 


23 


University Heights 


11 


24 


Owensboro Catholic 


4 


24 Daviess County 


9 


25 
25 


Paul Blazer 
South Hopkins 


8 
8 


25 


Henderson County 


2 



INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



Girls Event 200 R 


-Medley 


Girls Event 200 Freestyle 




Team 


Time 


Participant 


Team T 


me 


1 Henry Clay 




53.48 


I'Bendel. Taylor 


Beechwood 1 


50.18 


2 Notre Dame 




56.26 


2 Livers, Stephanie Elizabethtown 1 


51.91 


3 Bowling Green 




56.59 


3 Berger, Shannon 


Scott 1 


55.45 


4 Sacred Heart 




56.87 


4 Caslle, Ginger 


Paul Blazer 1 


57.89 


5 Paul Blazer 




58.06 


5 Hart, Ashley 


Hopkinsville 1 


58.94 


6 Tates Creek 


2 


01.62 


6 Musk, Ellen 


Notre Dame 1 


59.03 


Boys Event 200 R 


Medley 


Boys Event 200 Freestyle 




Team 


Time 


Participant 


Team T 


me 


!• Ballard 


1:37.56 


1 Cummms, Scott 


Atherton 1 


43.76 


2 St. Xavier 




40.71 


2 Highlower, Jeb 


Campbellsville 1 


44.19 


3 Model 




42.80 


3 Carter, Eric 


SI. Xavier 1 


44.21 


4 Highlands 




43.21 


4 Carmicle, Chris 


St. Xavier 1 


44.85 


5 Lafayette 




44.03 


5 Adams, Keith 


St. Xavier 1 


46.85 


6 Bowling Green 




44.64 


6 Voss, Mike 


Lafayette 1 


47.90 



Girls Event 200 IM 

Participant Team Time 

1 Kleine, Megan Henry Clay 2:06.69 

2 Roberts. Diana Elizabethtown 2:10.24 

3 Brooks, Jennifer Henry Clay 2:11.19 

4 Musk, Stephanie Notre Dame 2:12.65 

5 Watson, Jennifer Sacred Heart 2:12.80 

6 Dexter, Andi Bowling Green 2:14.99 

Boys Event 200 IM 

Participant Team Time 

!• Hunt, Scott Ballard 1:53.36 

2 Cork, Tanner Ballard 1:56.25 

3 Hubbuch, Blaine St. Xavier 1:56.47 

4 Page, Jeff Ballard 1:58.57 

5 Gardner, Mac Lafayette 1:58.92 

6 Welting, Evan Male 2:00.78 



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SWIMMING & DIVING 



INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



Girls Event SO Freestyle 

Participant Team 

1 • Fraas, Kerry Model 

2 Buchino, Susan Ballard 

3 Porter, Lindsay Hopkinsville 

4 Rowe, Jackie Male 

5 Neubacher, Francie Notre Dame 

6 Hargan, Jen Daviess County 

Boys Event 50 Freestyle 

Participant Team 

1* Hunt, Scott Ballard 

2 Bloomfield, Josh Henry Clay 

3 Stralman, John Model 

4 Wallace, Reid Bowling Green 

5 Hamilton Josh St. Xavier 

6 Brigance, Steve Paducati Tilghnwi 

Girls Event IM Diving 

Participant Team 

1 Ruehl, Becky Villa Madonna 

2 Snyder, KimberlyAtherton 

3 Powers, Kim Dixie Heights 

4 Holmes, Beth Model 

5 Murphy, McKenzeDixie Heights 

6 Padgett, Sarah Elizabethtown 

Boys Event IM Diving 

Participant Team 

1 Hershey, Ian Sayre 

2 Lich. David Ballard 

3 HufTman, Kyrus Bowling Green 

4 Chiapetta, CharlesShelby County 

5 Sohnlein, Brad Dixie Heights 

6 Pieschel, Joe Covington Cath. 

Girls Event 100 Fly 

Participant Team 

1 Bendel, Taylor Beechwood 

2 Humphrey, LauraDanville 

3 Berger, Shannon Scott 

4 Evans, Holly Elizabethtown 

5 Ross, Colleen Eastern 

6 Slapikas, JenniferSacred Heart 



Boys Event 100 Fly 



Participant 
l*Meador, Keith 



Jenkins, Dan 
Welting, Evan 
Holtman, T.J. 



Team 

DuPont Manual 

Beechwood 

Male 

Dixie Heights 



Spalding, Chad Marion County 
Oldham, Jon Tates Creek 



Time 

23.58 
24.74 
25.09 
25.18 
25.21 
25.59 



Time 

21.23 
21.28 
22.11 
22.20 
22.46 
22.53 



Score 

411.55 

378.20 

366.55 

360.35 

330.45 

330.35 



Score 

392.65 

386.00 

332.70 

330.10 

290.15 

289.10 



Time 

56.19 

59.04 

59.21 

1:00.87 

1:02.55 

1:02.90 



Time 
51.08 
53.64 
54.23 
54.55 
54.77 
54.99 



Girls Event 100 Freestyle 

Participant Team Time 

1* Fraas, Kerry Model 51.70 

2 Brooks, Jennifer Henry Clay 53.88 

3 Buchino, Susan Ballard 54.75 

4 Hart, Ashley Hopkinsville 54.97 

5 Porter, Lindsay Hopkinsville 55.07 

6 Walters, Kelly Elizabethtown 56.19 



Boys Event 100 Freestyle 

Participant Team 

1 Bloomfield, Josh Henry Clay 

2 Hightower, Jeb Campbellsville 

3 Carmicle, Chris St. Xavier 

4 Wallace, Reid Bowling Green 

5 Congellon. Chris Paul Dunbar 

6 Crush, Chip St. Xavier 

Girls Event 500 Freestyle 

Participant Team 

1 Livers, Stephanie Elizabethtown 

2 Humphrey, LauraDanville 

3 Castle, Ginger Paul Blazer 

4 Dexter, Andi Bowling Green 

5 Musk, Slephanie Notre Dame 

6 Musk, Ellen Notre Dame 

Boys Event 500 Freestyle 

Participant Team 

1 Cummins, Scott Alherton 

2 Carter, Eric St. Xavier 

3 Voss, Mike Lafayette 

4 Jenkins, Dan Beechwood 

5 Adams, Keith St. Xavier 

6 Oldham, Jon Tales Creek 

Girls Event 200 R-Freestyle 



Team 
1* Elizabethtown 

2 Notre Dame 

3 Hopkinsville 

4 Bowling Green 

5 Model 

6 Ballard 



Time 

1:40.16 

1:42.05 

1:42.78 

1:42.86 

1:43.49 

1:45.40 



Boys Event 200 R-Freestyle 

Team 
1* St. Xavier 



Ballard 

Shelby County 
Henry Clay 
Model 
Bowling Green 



Time 

1:29.60 

1:30.15 

1:30.94 

1:31.12 

1:34.50 

1:35.34 



Time 

46.41 
47.86 
48.51 
48.75 
49.55 
49.73 



Time 

5:00.57 
5:10.25 
5:11.42 
5:11.78 
5:13.56 
5:15.71 



Time 

4:42.81 

4:44.31 

4:49.43 

4:49.54 

4:51.84 

4:57.43 



Girls Event 100 Backstroke 

Participant Team 

1 Dickerson, MelodieAtherton 

2 Rowe, Jackie Male 

3 Roberts, Diana Elizabethtown 

4 Neubacher, FrancieNoIre Dame 

5 Duncan, Rachel Bowling Green 

6 Ross, Colleen Eastern 

Boys Event 100 Backstroke 

Participant Team 

1 Meador, Keith DuPont Manual 

2 Hubbuch, Blaine St. Xavier 

3 Waldenmayei, JonathanHighlands 

4 Schuyler, John St. Xavier 

5 Irvin, Carter Covington Cath. 

6 Crush, Chip St. Xavier 



Time 

59.46 

59.93 

1:00.36 

1:02.06 

1:03.09 

1:05.48 



Time 
52.95 
53.26 
54.11 
54.29 
54.52 
55.31 



Girls Event 100 Breaststroke 

Participant Team 

1* Kleine, Megan Henry Clay 

2 Watson, Jennifer Sacred Heart 

3 Allen, Jenny Taylor County 

4 O'Gorman, Erin Notre Dame 

5 Becker, Jenny Conner 

6 Vogelpohl, EdreaLloyd Memorial 

Boys Event 100 Breaststroke 



Participant 
l*Cork, Tanner 

2 Gardner, Mac 

3 Page, Jeff 

4 Ross, James 

5 Carter, Blair 

6 Price, Jesse 



Team 

Ballard 

Lafayette 

Ballard 

Univ. Heights 

St. Xavier 

Eastern 



Girls Event 400 R-Freestyle 



Team 

1 Elizabethtown 

2 Henry Clay 

3 Notre Dame 

4 Hopkinsville 

5 Model 



Time 

3:39.18 

3:41.44 

3:44.48 

3:45.59 

3:46.35 



6 Bowling Green 3:47.96 
Boys Event 400 R-Freestyle 



Team 
'St. Xavier 
Model 
Highlands 
Henry Clay 
Bowling Green 
Lafayette 



Time 

3:13.06 

3:17.43 

3:18.12 

3:23.92 

3:25.25 

3:27.34 



• New State Meet Record 



03.34 
08.55 
09.61 
09.81 
09.95 
10.64 



Time 
58.16 



:01.01 
:01.23 
:02.34 
:02.55 
:02.81 



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TRACK- Class "A" Girls 




DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL 1992 CHAMPS 

Front Row: Adrienne Hundemer, Camie Chambers, Kelly Colwell, Tabaiha Smith. Back Row: Jay Sprague, Candi 
Downs, Kristina Johns, Dollie Wrobleski, Jennifer Johnson, Bonnie Slaver, Erica Rowekamp, Duane Correl, Gina 
Sorrell, Barry Bnnkley 



Girls Class A 

Girls' 1(XI Meter High Hurdles 

1, Adrienne Hundemer. Dayton. 15.20 

2, Christie Yeast, Harrodsburg, 15.40 
3 Retjecca Keen, St. Camillus, 17.13 

4. Tori Tillman, Danville, 17.27 

5. Jenny Bell, Murray, 17.67 

6. Shannon Starks. Providence, 17.80 

Girls' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Shannon Horan. Bishop Brossart, 12.70 

2. Linda Lindsey, Carroll County, 12.76 

3. Jennifer Kimbrough, Russellville, 1303 

4. Gracy Harris, Todd County Central, 

13.07 

5. Tracy Ravizee, Jenkins, 13.73 

6. lynti Morris, Fort Knox, 13.76 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 

1. Harrodsburg, 1:47.96 

2. FonKnox, 1:48,59 

3. Owen County, 1:50.02 

4. Providence, 1:50.23 

5. Danville, 1:51.93 

6. Trigg County, 1:52.49 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Maureen Egan, St, Henry, 5:26.12 

2. Christy Schmidt, Walton-Verona, 5:35.29 

3. Lea Issacs, Reming-Neon, 5:46.11 

4. Lindsey Camp. Fort Knox, 5:46.67 

5. Seana Parker, Berea, 5:48.67 

6. Jackie Valledejulie, Oneida Baptist, 

6:02.95 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Knox, 52.18 

2. Carroll County, 52.38 

3. Harrodsburg, 52.50 

4. Providence, 53.36 

5. Trigg County, 54.90 

6. Bardstown. 54.94 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Adrienne Hundemer, Dayton, 58.59 

2. Veronica Brown, Fort Knox, 59.96 

3. Terica Hathaway, Providence, 1:01.49 

4. Carrie Chambers, Dayton, 1:01.52 

5. Trina Goodrich, Berea, 1:01.66 

6. Jill Whiteside, Mayfield, 1:04.50 



Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Adrienne Hundemer, Dayton, 49.87 

2. Robin Johnson, Harlan, 49.88 

3. Tori Tillman, Danville, 50.07 

4. Melissa AJcorn, Danville. 51.07 

5. Calandra Boyd, Trigg County, 51 63 

6. Becky Rsher, Raceland, 52 93 

Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1. Maureen Egan, St. Henry, 2:23.98 

2. Christy Schmidt, Walton-Verona, 2:25,82 

3. Sara Robinson. St. Camillus, 2:31.52 
4 Amanda Carlisle, Webster County. 

2:34.62 

5. Jackie Valledejulie, Oneida Baptist, 

2:37.53 

6. Belinda Byron, Trigg County, 2:38.43 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 
1 Shannon Horan. Bishop Brossart, 25.77 

2. Linda Lindsey, Carroll County, 26.51 

3. Terica Hathaway, Providence, 26.67 

4. Renee Hornbuckle, Murray, 27.11 

5. Veronica Duka. Campbetlsville, 27.74 

6. Marytieth Walker, Raceland, 27.80 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Maureen Egan, St. Henry, 11:54.12 

2. Carrie Barber. Frankfort, 12:01.22 

3. Belinda Byron, Trigg County, 12:46.47 

4. Jessica Wade, Allen Central, 12:55.72 

5. Misty Wesley, Somerset, 13:04.89 

6. Stephanie Dempsey, Fort Knox, 13:31.72 

Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Dayton, 4: 11.98 

2. Fort K, ox, 4:18.86 

3. Uoyd Memorial, 4:20.19 

4. Providence, 4:27,80 

5. Kentucky Country Day, 4:30.27 

6. Trigg County, 4:36,91 

Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 

1. Uoyd Memorial, Uoyd Memorial, 

10:25.17 

2. Fort Knox, Fort Knox, 10:33.57 

3. Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky 

Country Day, 10:41.96 

4. St. Henry, St. Henry, 10:4a.42 

5. Reming-fvleon, Reming-Neon, 10:58.90 

6. Allen Central, Allen Central, 11:13.50 



Girls' Shot Put 

1. Stephanie Eastwood, South Hopkins, 
34 '2 

2. Theresa Powell, Providence, 34'1 

3. Tina Fryman, Nicholas County, 33'10.5 

4. Kelli Napier, Harrodsburg, 321.5 

5. Kim Walker, Danville, 31'10.75 

6. Kristi Reffitt, Bath County, 28'9.5 

Girls' Discus 

1. Kristina Johns, Daylon, IIO'S 

2. Stephanie Dennison. Edmonson County, 

IIO'O 

3. Michelle Hopkins, Nicholas County, 

108'7 
4- Theresa Powell, Providence, 97'10 

5. Kim Walker, Danville, 95'10 

6. Alicia Bartley, Pikeville, B9'4 

Girls' Long Jump 

1. Gracy Harris, Todd County Central, 

17'6.5 

2. Dottle Wrobleski, Dayton, 16'2 

3. Africa Coleman, Fort Knox, 16'0 

4. Christie Yeast, Harrodsburg, 15'1 1.5 

5. Tammy Newsome, Pikeville. 14'10 

6. Jennifer Gonzales. Cordia, 14'5.5 

Girls' High Jump 

1. Jennie Nicholson, Williamsburg, 5'0 

2. Brandi Ashby, Webster County, 4'10 

3. Stacy W^ikle, Bellevue, 4'10 

4. Shakera Goodin, Campbellsville, 4'8 
4. Amanda Brock, Harlan, 4'8 

6. Jennifer Johnson, Dayton, 4'8 



Girls' Class A Team Totals 
Dayton 
Fort Knox 
Providence 
St. Henry 
Harrodsburg 
Carroll County 
Bishop Brossart 
Danville 
Uoyd Memorial 
Walton-Verona 
Todd County Central 
Trigg County 
Nicholas County 
St. Camillus 
Webster County 
South Hopkins 
Williamsburg 
Harlan 

Edmonson County 
Reming-Neon 
Frankfort 

Kentucky Country Day 
Bellevue 
Murray 
Owen County 
Russellville 
Allen Central 
Berea 

Campbellsville 
Oneida Baptist 
Pikeville 
Jenkins 
Raceland 
Somerset 
Bardstown 
Bath County 
Cordia 
Mayfield 



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TRACK - Class "A" Boys 




BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL 1992 CHAMPS 

Front Row: Justin West, Todd Plageman, Brad Hissong, Malt Mayer, David Kiefer, Jason Mertens, Brad Tiemey. 
Middle Row: Scott Fausz, Kris Luersen, Cory Howe, Aaron Jones, Jason West, Danny Thomas, Bany Karcher. Back 
Row: Mike Hissong, Shannon Haggard, Phil Stevenson, Charles D. Buckler, Tom Vickers, Coach Hyder, and Coach 
Mayer. 



Class A 

Boys' 1 10 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Mike Peterson, Fort Knox, 15.34 

2. Ernie McClain. Hickman County, 15.51 

3. Sean Stogner, Murray. 15.52 

4. Brad Pierce, Ludlow, 15.74 

5. John Ray, Carroll County, 16.04 

6. Ricky Johnson, Fort Knox, 16.37 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1 . Willie Jones, Fort Knox, 11.18 

2. Chris Bailey, Murray, 1 1 .40 

3. Steven Newby, Washington County, 

11.41 

4. Lance Carr, Carroll County, 11.43 

5. Augie Marks, Uoyd Memorial, 11.51 

6. Dwight Hagins, Hazard, 11.58 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Brandon Gayheart, Cordia, 4:31.99 

2. Houston Barber. Frankfort. 4:35.93 

3. Brad Dunlevy, Bistiop Brossart, 4:40.53 

4. Jericho Tabor, Somerset, 4:41.77 

5 Bobby Wells, Webster County, 4:43.64 
6. Micah Hasty, Oneida Baptist, 4:44.00 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Bellevue, 44.20 

2. Fort Knox, 44 26 

3. Murray, 44.40 

4. Ballard Memorial. 45.43 

5. Washington County. 45.53 

6. Uoyd Memorial, 45.63 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Brandon Mason. Ludlow. 50.23 

2. Lynn Cooper, Washington County. 50. M 

3. Shannon Haggard. Bellevue. 50.89 

4. Ttiomas Brown, Fort Knox, 50.99 

5. Chris Cheany, Murray, 52.56 

6. Layne Baily, Wheelwright, 53.03 

Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1. Chuck Buckler, Bellevue, 40.78 

2. Ricky Johnson, Fort Knox, 40.87 

3. Cory Shanklin, Todd County Central, 

41.02 

4. Chris Hamilton, Danville, 41.68 

5. Jimmy Black, Oneida Baptist, 42.80 

6. Greg Enxel, Uoyd Memorial, 43.12 



Boys' 800 Meter Run 

1. Brandon Gayheart, Cordia, 1:58.79 

2. Mike Hissong, Bellevue, 1:59 56 

3. Maurice Ponder, Brown, 1:59.62 

4 Jason West. Bellevue, 2:03 87 

5. Jericho Tabor, Somerset. 2:03.89 

6. Bobby Wells, Webster County. 2:07.86 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Brandon Mason, t-udlow, 23.01 

2. Augie Marks, Uoyd Memorial, 23.34 

3. Steve Mimms, Todd County Central, 

23.50 

4. Steven Newby, Washington County, 

23.51 

5. Cedric Jones, Fulton County, 23.90 

6. Travis Stevens, Fairview, 24.20 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1 Houston Barber, Frankfort, 9:52.92 
2. Justin Thompson, Frankfort, 9:55.16 
3 Keith Combs, Cordia, 10:09.54 

4. Fernando Martinez, Fort Knox, 10:16.04 

5 Brandon Higdon, Webster County. 

10:16.91 
6. Mark Treadway, Lee County, 10:23.89 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Bellevue, 3:25.76 

2. Brown, 3:28.66 

3. Fort Knox, 3:30.77 

4. Uoyd Memorial, 3:35.24 

5. Todd County Central, 3:36.01 

6. Murray, 3:36.78 

Boys' 3200 Meter Relay 
1. Bellevue, Bellevue, 8:09.32 

2 Bishop Brossart. Bishop Brossart, 

8:29.38 

3. Brown, Brown, 8:30.22 

4. Cordia, Cordia, 8:43.04 

5. Fort Knox, Fort Knox, 8:47.09 

6. Oneida Baptist, Oneida Baptist, 8:47.28 



Boys' Shot Put 

1 Adam Conn, Bath County, 47'5 

2. Ron Townsley, Ballard Memorial, 47'3.5 

3. Deanthony Honaker, Pikeville, 44'7.5 

4. Steve McFarland, Kentucky School f/t 

Deaf, 4311 

5. Mike Hensley, Harrodsburg, 43'1 1 
6 Todd Foster. Webster County. 41 '5 

Boys' Discus 

1. Adam Conn. Bath County, 145'11 

2. Phil Stevenson. Bellevue, 144'9 

3. Kitlian Timoney, Lexington Catholic, 

130'6 

4. Wartez Yates, Ballard Memorial, 130'2 

5. Todd Foster, Webster County, 125'1 

6. Brandon Riley, Washington County, 

123'10 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1. Sean Stogner, Murray, 14'6 

2. Matt Krug, Murray, 13'0 

3. Shane Cope, Berea, 11 '6 

4. Aaron Jones, Bellevue, 110 

5. Phil Walls, Ludlow. 10'6 

6. Jimmy Black, Oneida Baptist, 10'6 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1. Andy Wilhite, Harrodsburg, 44'1,25 

2. Mike Peterson, Fort Knox, 42'7 

3. Brian Casey, St. Henry, 42'1 

4. Scotty Pace, Evarts, 420.25 

5. Shaune Jones, Bath County, 41 '6.25 

6. Scotty Thomas, Mayfield, 41'1.25 

Boys' Long Jump 

1. Lance Carr, Carroll County, 22'2 

2 Craig Coe, Cumberland, 21 '5.5 

3. Andy Wilhite, Harrodsburg, 21 '4 

4. Eric Hart, Bethlehem, 21 '2 

5 Scott Pace, Evarts. 21' 5 

6 Jeremy Croft, Crittenden County, 20'4.5 

Boys' High Jump 

1 Eugene Grundy, Bardstown, 6'8 

2 Scotty Thomas, Mayfield, 6'2 

2. Mike Peterson, Fort Knox, 6'2 

4. Jerome Warren, Fulton County, 6'0 
5 Jason Cox, Menifee County, 6'0 

5. Brian Casey, St. Henry, 6'0 



Boys' Class A Team Totals 




Bellevue 


70-00 


Fort Knox 


66 00 


Murray 


41 00 


Cordia 


30.00 


Frankfort 


26.00 


Ludlow 


26.00 


Bath County 


22.00 


Washington County 


21.00 


Brown 


20 00 


Harrodsburg 


18.00 


Ballard Memorial 


16.00 


Carroll County 


16.00 


Uoyd Memorial 


1600 


Bishop Brossart 


14.00 


Todd County Central 


14.00 


Bardstown 


10.00 


Cumberland 


8.00 


Webster County 


8.00 


Hickman County 


800 


St. Henry 


6.50 


Berea 


6.00 


Evarts 


6.00 


Fulton County 


6.00 


Lexington Catholic 


6.00 


Mayfield 


6.00 


Somerset 


6.00 


Pikeville 


6.00 


Oneida Baptist 


500 


Bethlehem 


4.00 


Danville 


4.00 


Kentucky School f/t Deaf 


4.00 


Crittenden County 


1.00 


Fairview 


1.00 


Hazard 


1.00 


Lee County 


1.00 


Wheelwright 


1.00 


Menifee County 


050 



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TRACK- Class "AA" Girls 




FORT CAMPBELL 1992 CHAMPS 

Front Row: Melinda Goodman, Tangy Stephens, Darlene Shipman, Lenora Price. Middle Row: Lychorida Bly, Jannell 
Mora, Sylvia Moreno, Becky Kolenbrander, Crystal Walker, Maribeo Wong. Back Row: Coach Beth Hicks, Jodee 
Reish, Andrea Shrader, Michelle Hodges, Toshiba Green, Maureen Innes, Coach Chuck Burgelt. 



Girls Class AA 

Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Latanza Stephens. Fort Gampt>ell. 15 44 

2. Mindy Hail, Mason County, 16.44 

3. Luann Waldrip. Casey County, 16.47 

4. Teresa Boyd, Woodford County. 17.47 

5. Elizabetti Holt, Anderson County, 17 77 

6. Kim Twyman, Glasgow. 17,94 

Girls' 100 Meter Dasti 

1. Oarlene Shipman, Fort Campbell, 12,51 

2. Melinda Goodman, Fort Campbiell, 12,69 

3. Jenna Bfoeg, Dixie Heights, 13.09 

4. Carey Jones, Woodford County, 13.15 

5. Melissa Harrberg, Notre Dame, 13.26 

6. Nicole Mitchell, Larue County, 13 42 

Girls' 800 Meter Fielay 

1. Fort Camptiell, 1:45.72 

2. Dixie Heights, 1:46.80 

3. Mercer County, 1:51.06 
4 Union County, 1:52.07 

5. Owensboro Catholic, 1:52.23 

6. Woodford County, 1:52.49 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 

1 . Sylvia Ktoreno, Fort Campbell, 5: 1 8. 1 1 

2. Emily RoetMl, Notre Dame, 5:26.09 

3. Leah Ashwill, Warren East, 5:26.79 

4. Amanda Roebel, Notre Dame, 5:35.14 
5- Jenny Koch, Western Hills, 5:46.37 

6. Lisa Topper, OwenstX)ro Catholic, 
5:46.74 

Girls' 400 Meter Fielay 

1. Fort Campbell, 49.99 

2. Dixie Heights, 52.19 

3. Scott, 52.93 

4. Woodford County, 53.59 

5. Caldwell County, 53.89 

6. Marion County, 54.19 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Charnale Pinner, Paducah Tilghman, 

59.94 

2. Carrey McGuire, t^tre Dame, 59.95 

3. Heike Lund, Highlands, 1:00.95 

4. Crystal Walker, Fort Campbell, 1:01.15 

5. Samantha Ray, Larue County, 1:04.58 

6. Sara Troxell, Corbin, 1:07.05 



Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Jennifer Pollitt, Reming County, 46.51 

2. Liana Cfitz, Adair County, 49.51 

3. Mindy Hall, Mason County, 50.44 

4. Ret?ecca Spurlock, Alien County 

Scottsville, 50.88 

5. Amanda Bastin, Russell County, 50.99 

6. Teresa Boyd, Woodford County, 51.11 

Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1 Sylvia Moreno, Fort Campbell, 2:19,45 

2 Emily Roebel, Notre Dame, 2:21,66 

3, Heike Lund, Highlands, 2:22,03 

4, Charlotte Jahren, Warren East, 2:22 49 

5, Kristy Johnson, Hart County, 2:33,07 

6, Megan Sheppard, Boyle County, 2:33 23 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1, Latanza Stephens, Fort Campbell, 25 58 

2, Melinda Goodman, Fort Campljell, 25 98 

3, Kisha Nelson, Paul Blazer, 26,83 

4, Hope Smith, Paul Blazer, 27,15 

5, Carey Jones, Woodford County, 27 36 

6, Kyra Elzy, Oldham County, 27,69 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Emily Roebel, Notre Dame, 11:42.27 

2. Elizabeth Higgins, Highlands, 12:07.10 

3. Pam Barnes, Greenwood, 12:10.87 

4. Lauren Edwards, Warren East, 12:15,07 

5. Christie Johnston, Hart County, 12:20.45 

6. Myra Mills, Hart County, 13:04.16 

Girls' 1600 f^ter Relay 
I.Warren East, 4:10.11 

2. Fort Campbell. 4:13.31 

3. Highlands, 4:14.38 

4. Notre Dame, 4:17.18 

5. Woodford County, 4:24.55 

6. Boyle County, 4:25.25 

Girls' 32(» Meter Relay 

1. Warren East, Warren East, 09:54.84 

2. Highlands, Highlands, 10:10.55 

3. Notre Dame, Notre Dame, 10:11.93 

4. Fort Campbell, Fort Campbell, 10:21.42 

5. Mercer County, Mercer County, 11:03.73 

6. Hart County, Hart County, 1 1 :06.36 



Girls' Shot Put 
1. Tia McGee, Franklin County, 34'8.5 
2 Cara Fasig, Simon Kenton, 33'5 5 

3. IRobin Fryman, Bourbon County, 334.5 

4. Tonya Brumley, Clay County, 30'8.5 

5. Michelle Morrow, Owenstjoro, 308.5 

6. Bev Hodge, Larue County, 30'6.5 

Girls' Discus 

1. Robin Fryman, Bourbon County, 112'3 

2. Clair Davies, Franklin County, 110'9 

3. Cora Conn, North Bullitt, 1 lO'O 

4. Jannell Mora, Fort Campbell, 109'6 

5. Sandy Corn, Anderson County, 97'2 

6. Trudy Wies, Bourbon County, 97'1 

Girls' Long Jump 

1, Darlene Shipman, Fort Campbell, 

17'10.75 

2, Jennifer Howell, Warren East, 17'5 

3, Lisa Hockersmith, Mercer County, 

16'10,5 

4, Hope Smith, Paul Blazer, 16'6 

5, Uana Critz, Adair County, 15'10,5 

6, Carisa Fugate, Breathitt County, 15'7 

Girls' High Jump 

1, Hope Smith, Paul Blazer, 5'0 

2, Tisha Holland, Monroe County, 4'10 
2, Tiffany Love, Mercer County, 4'10 

4, Christie Schmeingi, Dixie Heights, 4'10 
5 Susan Forysthe, Warren East, 4'8 
6, Laura Webb, South Odham, 4'8 
6, Lisa Dixon, Knott County Central, 4'8 



Girls' Class AA Team Totals 
Fort Campbell 
Notre Dame 
Warren East 
Highlands 
Dixie Heights 
Paul Blazer 
Mercer County 
Franklin County 
Woodford County 
Bourbon County 
Mason County 
Adair County 
Reming County 
Paducah Tilghman 
Simon Kenton 
Casey County 
Greenwood 
Hart County 
North Bullitt 
Scott 

Monroe County 
Allen County Scottsville 
Anderson County 
Clay County 
Larue County 
Union County 
Owensboro Catholic 
Boyle County 
Caldwell County 
Owensboro 
Russell County 
Western Hills 
Breathitt County 
Corbin 
Glasgow 
Marion County 
Oldham County 



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TRACK- Class "AA" Boys 




PADUCAHTILGHMAN 1992 CHAMPS 

Front Row: Terrell English, J.R. Sloan, Shawn Smilh, Tiant Young, Sieve Harvey. Middle Row: Derrick Lamar, Bobby 
Boyd, Jermaine Johnson, David Black, Richard Forrest, Jesse Self, Kevin Harris. Back Row: Will Black, Monte Hodge, 
Coach Cecil Ward, Coach Bob Gross, Coach Augie Schiller. 



Class AA 

Boys' 1 10 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Adam Manning. Oldham County. 14 94 

2. Chris Hutt, Paul Blazer, 15 14 

3. Kyle Johnson, Warren East, 15.68 

4. Mike Rnk, Anderson County, 15-78 

5. Sean Ranagan, Oldham County. 15 80 

6. Ashlee Morris, Simon Kenton. 16 35 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Chris Jackson, Woodford County, 10,89 

2. Mark Poner, Harrison County, 11 08 
3 Demarcus Doss, Franklin Simpson. 

11.27 
4. Jimmy Bradley, Hart County, 1 1.40 
5- Carlos Rice, Fort CamptwII. 11.42 
6. Timmy Curry. Larue County, 11. 50 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Cleve Eldridge, Anderson County, 

4:29.65 

2. Jason Renfrow, Western Hills, 4:31.82 

3. Stephen Keith, Larue County, 4:32.05 

4. Jeff Harris, Elizabethtown, 4:32.09 

5. Dennis Hutchison, Pendleton County. 

4:34,12 

6. Doug Luckhardt. Scott, 4:36.22 

Boys' 400 l^ter Relay 

1. Fort Campbell, 43.71 

2. Hart County, 43 98 

3. Paul Blazer, 44.11 

4. Woodford County, 44.21 

5. Harrison County, 44.28 

6. Marion County. 45.10 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 
1- Kevin Harris, Paducah Tilghman, 50 57 

2. Anthony Angemier, Oldham County, 

51.14 

3. Tim Crammer, South Oldham, 51.40 

4. Marcus Gildersleeve, Fort Campbell, 

51.80 

5. Mike Messer. Paul Blazer, 52.55 

6. Scott Bean, Anderson County, 52.94 



Boys' 300 Meter Int. Hurdles 
1. Adam Manning, Oldham County. 39 46 

2 Robin Handley. Owensboro, 40 83 

3 Keene Bryant. Bourbon County, 41 09 
4, Robbie Johnson, Scott. 41 ,25 

5 Chris Russell, Anderson County, 41.43 
6, Kyle Johnson, Warren East, 42 40 

Boys' 800 Meter Run 

1, Brad Rodgers, Russell, 1:56,91 

2, Junior Sloan, Paducah Tilghman, 

1:59.87 
3 Jason Renfrow, Western Hills, 2:02 50 
4, Stephen Keith, Larue County, 2:03,18 
5 Steve Brown, Barren County, 2:04,57 
6, Joe Paul Hawkins, Marion County, 

2:04,58 

Boys' 200 l^ter Dash 

1 , Chris Jackson, Woodford County, 22,22 
2 Demarcus Doss, Franklin Simpson, 

22 33 

3, Mark Porter, Harrison County, 22,42 

4, Tiant Young, Paducah Tilghman, 22,93 
5 Leslie Heady, Elizabethtown, 23.19 

6. Adam Manning, Oldham County, 23,25 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 
1 Jeff Harris, Elizabethtown, 9:34 

2, Dennis Hutchison, Pendleton County, 

9:40 

3, Brandon Murley, Warren East, 10:04,22 

4, Thomas Mudey, Elizabethtown. 10:05 84 

5, Gabriel Esters, Barren County, 10:18.67 

6, Danny Wright, Morgan County, 10:29.62 

Boys' 1600 l^ter Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman, 3:24,13 

2. Russell. 3:28,46 

3. Oldham County, 3:30,61 

4. Fort Campbell, 3:31,90 

5. Harrison County, 3:33,00 

6. Western Hills, 3:38.12 



Boys' 3200 Meter Relay 

1 Russell, Russell, 8:17,52 

2 Anderson County, Anderson County, 

8:20 89 

3 Paducah Tilghman, Paducah Tilghman, 
8:26 98 

4 Warren East, Warren East, 8:33,87 

5 Owensboro, Owensboro, 8:41,68 

6 South Odham, South Oldham, 8:43,73 

Boys' Shot Put 

1 Jerry Ingram, Harrison County, 58'3 

2 Shawn Spade, Middlesboro, 53'8 
3, John Schlarman, Highlands, 52' 

4 Brent Deaves, Oldham County, 487 5 

5 Derrick Lamar, Paducah Tilghman, 47'5 
6, Jonas Hill, Madison Southern, 45'6 

Boys' Discus 
1 Shawn Spade, Middlesboro, 167'2 

2, Mike Stempkowski, Bullitt East, 15S'4 

3, Jerry Ingram, Harrison County, 154'4 

4 Derrick Lamar, Paducah Tilghman, 149'9 
5, Kyle Henson, Reming County, 145'9 

6 Phillip Resch, Warren East, 143'2 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1, Ryan Franklin, Harrison County, 130 

2, Mike Rnk, Anderson County, 13'0 

3, Allen Dunfee, Russell, 12'6 

4 Jim Tenbrink, Fort Campbell, 120 
5, Tony Goodrich, Mercer County, 1 1 '6 
6 Bonnie Millay, Owensboro Catholic, 10'6 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1, Bobby Joe Boyd, Paducah Tilghman, 
46'7 

2, Damian Desilva. Hart C>3unty, 44'4,5 

3, Jamie Pendygraft, Barren County, 

4211,75 

4, Paul Akers, Morgan County, 42'10 5 

5, Johnathon Fowler, Bourbon County, 41 '7 

6, Al Brady, Marion County, 41 '6.25 



Boys' Long Jump 

1 Allen Dunfee, Russell, 22'9 

2 Kenny Howard, Woodford County, 21 '7. J 

3 Johnathon Fowler. Bourbon County, 

213,75 

4 Demarcus Doss, Franklin Simpson, 

21'1 5 
5, Michael Thompson, Adair County, 

20'105 
6 Al Brady, Marion County, 209,75 



Boys' High Jump 




1 Paul Akers, Morgan County 


6 '8 


2, Ryan Howell, Russell, 6'8 




3, Lewis Dean, Pwtercer County 


6'4 


4, Kevin Brummer. Covington 


Catholic, 6'2 


5, Robin Handley, Owensboro 


60 


6 Stanton Zackery. Barren Co 


unty, 60 


6 Marcus Rippin, Franklin Sin 


npson, 60 


Boys' Class AA Team Totals 




Paducah Tilghman 


54,00 


Russell 


52 00 


Harrison County 


44,00 


Oldham County 


41,00 


Anderson County 


33,00 


Woodford County 


32,00 


Fort Campbell 


2400 


Elizabethtown 


20,00 


Hart County 


20,00 


Middlesboro 


18-00 


Warren East 


18-00 


Franklin Simpson 


17,50 


Paul Blazer 


16,00 


Morgan County 


15,00 


Western Hills 


15,00 


Bourbon County 


14,00 


Owensboro 


12,00 


Larue County 


11 00 


Pendleton County 


10,00 


Barren County 


9,50 


Bullitt East 


8,00 


Mercer County 


8,00 


South Oldham 


7,00 


Highlands 


6,00 


Scott 


500 


Covington Catholic 


4,00 


Marion County 


4,00 


Adair County 


2,00 


naming County 


2,00 


Madison Southern 


1,00 


Owensboro Catholic 


1.00 


Simon Kenton 


1,00 



i ATHLETE/Special Issue - 26 



TRACK - Class "AAA" Girls 




VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL 1992 CHAMPS 

Front Row: Kenya Railey. Tenesha Blakey, Shandy Boyd, Shonna Johnson, Ronesha Smith. Middle Row: Anthony 
Bledsaw, Falimah Salat. Back Row: Coach William Underwood, Jamila Underwood, Ricardo Miller, Desantos 
McClain, Ebonee Sullon, Latasha Harris, Arleiha Jeffnes, Lalasha Evans, Whyndii Burke, Derrick Saunders. 



Girls Class AAA 

Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1, Shandy Boyd, Valley, 14.29 

2, Clarissa Gay, Henry Clay, 15-26 

3. Carmalitta Givens, Tales Creek, 15.69 

4. Shonna Johnson, Valley, 15.76 
5 Rebecca Justice, Eastern, 15.86 

6. Leshea Smith, Ntorth Hardin, 16.89 

Girls' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Stephany Davis, George Rogers Clark. 

1269 

2. Tennesha Blakey, Valley, 12.72 

3 Kim Cunningham, Shelby County, 12.85 

4. Cameron Ray, Warren Central, 12.88 

5. Bernadette Wicklitfe, duPont Manual, 

13.05 

6. Andrea Holland, Henderson County, 

1306 

Girls' 800 Meter Relay 
I.Valley, 1:44.35 
2. Henderson County, 1:46.46 
3 Male, 1:47.59 

4. Eastern, 1:47.75 

5. Paul Laurence Dunbar, 1:48.93 

6. Boone County, 1:49.70 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 
1 Michelle Marshall, Boone County, 

5:13.95 
2- Megan Newcombe, Nelson County, 
5:23.62 

3 Julie Roberts, Pulaski County, 5:24.99 

4. Misty Bozarth, Daviess County, 5:35.22 
5- Jill Willett, Mercy Academy, 5:41.11 

6, Trisha Hamilton, Assumption, 5:41 47 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 
1 Valley, 49.51 

2. George Rogers Clark. 49.85 

3. Eastern, 50.62 

4 Henderson County, 50.67 

5. Henry Clay. 51 11 

6. Male, 51.31 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Rian Livisay. Henry Clay, 1:00.12 

2. Terri Carter, Henderson County. 1:00.48 

3. Yvonne Ditto. Meade County. 1:00.68 

4. Chrishell Hill, Bryan Station, 1:00.72 

5 Stephanie Champlin, Holmes, 1:00.99 
6. Diedre Crocker, Male. 1:01.09 



Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 Tennesha Blakey, Valley. 45.31 
2. Clarissa Gay, Henry Clay, 45.56 

3 Shonna Johnson, Valley, 46.74 

4 Latoya White. Moore, 47.37 

5. Waqiba Hafiz. Paul Laurence Dunbar, 

58.10 

6. Rebecca Justice, Eastern, 48.68 

Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1. Megan Newcombe, Nelson County, 

2:20.60 

2. Melea East. Assumption, 2:21 ,94 

3 Michelle Marshall. Boone County, 

2:24.68 

4 Julie Roberts, Pulaski County, 2:27.41 
5. Aziz Aseel, Bryan Station, 2:29.05 

6 Karen Asubon. Grayson County. 2:31 85 

Girls' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Stephany Davis. George Rogers Clark, 

26-18 

2. Kim Cunningham, Shelby County, 26 44 

3- Cameron Ray. Warren Central, 26.51 

4- Linda Higgins, Paul Laurence Dunbar, 

26.68 

5. Tosha Harris, Valley, 26.84 

6. Stephanie Champlin, Holmes, 26.98 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Michelle Marshall, Boone County, 

11:15.55 

2. Megan Newcombe, Nelson County, 

11:44.55 

3. Melissa Clark, Scott County, 1 1:55.89 

4. Amy Smith, Pulaski County, 12:00.03 

5. Trisha Hamilton, Assumption, 12:31.53 

6. Holly Sacksteder, Shelby County, 

12:44.37 

Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 
1 , Valley, 4:02.02 

2 Henry Clay, 4:03.96 

3. Male, 4:11.60 

4. Henderson County, 4:12.73 

5. Assumption, 4:14.14 

6. Paul Laurence Dunbar, 4:17.97 



Girls' 3200 Meter Relay 
1 Pulaski County, Pulaski County, 9:59.35 

2. Assumption, Assumption, 10:04.16 

3. Scott County, Scott County, 10:19.14 

4. Daviess County, Daviess County, 

10:27.31 

5. Male, Male. 10:42.02 

6. Grayson County, Grayson County, 

10:44.87 

Girls' Shot Put 
1. Caria Prewitt, Bryan Station. 37'4 

2- Sue Ennels, Hopkinsville, 37'0 

3 Renee Taylor, Jessamine County, 36'4.5 

4. Solitaire Shacklette. Meade County. 36'0 

5. Kelly Davis, Sacred Heart, 33'3.5 

6. Delika Jones, Seneca, 30'6 

Girls' Discus 

1 . Sue Ennels. Hopkinsville, 1 16'6 

2. Solitaire Shacklette. Meade County. 

1108 

3. Michelle Rster, Paul Laurence Dunbar, 

106'9 

4. CarIa Prewitt, Bryan Station, 10210 

5. Alison McCarthy. Holmes, 99'4 

6. Kerri Easter, Greenup County, 94'0 

Girls' Long Jump 

1. Shandy Boyd, Valley, 19'3 

2. Caprice Gay, George Rogers Clark, 17'7 

3. Shon Jones, Seneca, 17'3.25 

4. Sumayya Rashid, Henry Clay, 16'5 

5. Cequita Conner, Nelson County. 16'1 

6- Perrin Monhollen, Boone County, 16', 25 

Girls' High Jump 

1. Spring Wall, Grayson County, 5'2 

2. Dair Bradley, Lafayette, 5'2 

3- Kiva Thomas. Eastern, 4'10 

3. Carmalitta Givens. Tales Creek, 4' 10 
5- Stacey Oliver, Boone County, 4'8 

6. Romanica Kellem, Waggener. 4'8 



Girls' Class AAA Team Totals 
Valley 
Henry Clay 
George Rogers Clark 
Boone County 
Nelson County 
Henderson County 
Pulaski County 
Assumption 
Bryan Station 
Hopkinsville 
Meade County 
Eastern 
Male 

Paul Laurence Dunbar 
Shelby County 
Grayson County 
Scott County 
Warren Central 
Tales Creek 
Daviess County 
Lafayette 
Seneca 

Jessamine County 
Holmes 
Moore 

Mercy Academy 
Sacred Heart 
duPont Manual 
Greenup County 
North Hardin 
Waggener 



^ ATHLETE/Special Issue - 27 



TRACK - Class "AAA" Boys 




NORTH HARDIN 1992 CHAMPS 

Front Row; Raymond McLaurin, Calvin Jones. Vedusto Valdez, Harold Dennis, Joseph Stocklon. Back Row: Doug 
Crosby, Israel Ray, Coach James Webb, Rudy McKinney, Bill Dennison, Barb Underwood. 



Class AAA 

Boys' 1 10 Meter Higti Hurdles 

1 Jeremy Petter, St Xavier. 14 72 

2 Tony Bethel, Fairdale. 14,79 

3 Joey Stocklon. North Hardin, 15 42 

4 Monty Farrell, Moore, 15,75 

5, Tony Esters, Bryan Station, 15,95 

6 Mark Nienaber, Campbell County, 15 96 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 
1 Brian Rasberry, Male, 10,81 

2, Duane Mosley, Madisonville-N Hopkins, 

1099 

3, Raymond McLaurin, North Hardin, 1 1 03 

4 Charlie Boggs, Scott County, 1 1 22 

5 Dwight Campbell, Holmes. 11,24 

6 Bryant Williams, Moore, 1 1 25 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1 Jeremy Kazlauskas, Daviess County, 

421,35 

2 Johnnie Baum, Holy Cross, 4:23,08 

3 Eric Vanlaningham, Boone County, 

4:28,69 

4 Brian Schaap, Trinity, 4:29 69 

5, Jason Joy. Paul Laurence Dunbar, 

4:35,86 
6 Jimmy Hatter, Shelby County, 4 49,77 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 
1 Bryan Station, 42 97 
2, Male, 43,07 

3 Holmes, 43 41 

4 North Hardin, 43 50 

5 Ballard, 43.97 

6, Paul Laurence Dunbar, 44 07 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1 Raymond McLaurin. North Hardin. 49,01 

2 Parrish Snarden. Iroquois, 50,47 

3 Randel Menendez, Eastern. 50,57 

4 Quincy Dejarnell. Henderson County. 

50,93 

5 Brian Black, Scott County, 52,10 

6, Tommy Hayes, Shelby County, 53,59 

Boys' 300 Meter Int, Hurdles 

1, Joey Stocklon, North Hardin, 38,97 

2, Lee Turner, Holmes. 39 65 
3 Monty Farrell, Moore. 40.89 

4, Tony Esters. Bryan Station. 41,12 

5, Maurice Mishaw. Valley. 41,19 

6, Israel Ray. North Hardin, 42.55 



Boys' 800 Meter Run 
1 Johnnie Baum, Holy Cross, 1 57 61 



2 El 



3 Br 

4 Br 



ngham, Boone County, 



; Vania 
!:00 22 

1 Schaap, Trinity, 2 01 61 

I Southers, duPont Manual. 2:02,15 

5 Jeremy Kruger, Daviess County, 2:02,18 

6 Jason Joy, Paul Laurence Dunbar 

2:05,16 

Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1 Duane Mosley, Madisonville-N Hopkins, 

21,89 

2 Brian Rasberry, Male, 22,26 

3 Raymond McClauin, North Hardin. 22 36 

4 Bryant Williams, Moore, 22,59 

5 Lttleton Ward. Bryan Station. 22,77 

6 Parrish Snarden. Iroquois. 22 83 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1 Eric Vanlaningham, Boone County, 

9:41,09 

2 John Perkins. St, Xavier, 9:47 83 

3, Jason Joy, Paul Laurence Dunbar, 

9:55,71 

4 Mike Barako, Trinity, 9 58 58 

5 Steve Bair, Daviess County, 1002 58 
6, Chet White, Holy Cross, 1026 74 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 
1, Bryan Station, 3:27,64 

2 Henderson County, 3:28,20 

3 Moore, 3:30,55 

4, Trinity, 3:31-15 

5, Scott County, 3:34,14 

6 North Hardin, 3:35,98 

Boys' 3200 P*ter Relay 

1, Trinity. Trinity, 8:13,28 

2, St, Xavier, St. Xavier, 8:13,88 

3, Daviess County, Daviess County, 8:16,35 

4, Henderson County, Henderson County, 

8:29 40 

5, Boone County. Boone County, 8:37.40 
6 Campbell County. Campbell County. 

8:40 94 



Boys' Shot Put 

1 Owen O'Neil, DeSales, 532,5 

2 Jason McGlone, Greenup County, 48'4 

3 Deron McKmght, Christian County, 47'4 

4 Cliftord Posey, Henderson County, 45' 10 

5 James Jones, Eastern, 4411 

6 Randy Moser, Tales Creek. 44'8,5 

Boys' Discus 

1 Nick Pfeifler, Trinity, 165'5 

2 Kris Robinson, Henderson County, 157'9 

3 Brian Baker, Trinity, 1511 

4 Frank Wolnitzek. Holmes. 145'7 

5 Larry Adkins, Warren Central, 145'3 

6 Rob Minning, Campbell County, 1417 

Boys' Pole Vault 
1 Andy Knight, Apollo, 130 
2, John Lane, St Xavier, 12'6 

3 Ryan McCabe, St, Xavier, 120 

4 Frank Walton, Campbell C:ounty, 1 1 '6 

5 Chris Muncy, Bell County, 1 1 

6 Todd Johnson, Scott County, 100 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1 Tony Bethel, Fairdale, 4411 

2 Don Webb. Lafayette, 44 4 

3 Calvin Jones, North Hardin, 43'1 

4 David Akridge, Grayson County, 42'5 

5 Tommy Hayes, Shelby County, 42'1, 25 
6, Robert Washington, Holmes, 41'6,5 

Boys' Long Jump 
1, Tony Bethel, Fairdale, 21 '9,5 

2 C C Armstead. Henderson County, 

217 75 

3 Barry Bowman, Bryan Station, 21 '7 

4 Robert Washington, Holmes, 21 '5,75 

5 Joey Stocklon, North Hardin, 21 '2 5 

6 Uttleton Ward, Bryan Station, 20'9 

Boys' High Jump 

1, Kio Sanford, Bryan Station, 6'4 

2, Jeft Sholly, Henderson County, 6'4 

3 Pat Farnan, St, Xavier, 6'2 

4 Richie Vollmer, St, Xavier, 6'2 

5, Martin Rogers, Apollo, 60 

6, Larry Scally, Holy Cross. 60 



Boys' Class AAA Team Totals 




North Hardin 


52 00 


St, Xavier 


50 00 


Bryan Station 


45,00 


Henderson County 


44,00 


Trinity 


44,00 


Fairdale 


28 00 


Boone County 


26,00 


Male 


26,00 


Holmes 


25.00 


Moore 


21,00 


Daviess County 


20.00 


Holy Cross 


20,00 


Madisonville-N Hopkins 


18 00 


Apollo 


12,00 


DeSales 


10,00 


Paul Laurence Dunbar 


1000 


Iroquois 


900 


Scott County 


9,00 


Eastern 


8,00 


Greenup County 


800 


Lafayette 


8,00 


Campbell County 


7,00 


Christian County 


6,00 


Grayson County 


4,00 


Shelby County 


4,00 


duPont Manual 


4,00 


Ballard 


2,00 


Bell County 


2,00 


Valley 


200 


Warren Central 


200 


Tales Creek 


1.00 



5 ATHLETE/Special Issue - 28 



TENNIS BRACKETS 



GIRLS SINGLES 



1992 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Girls Singles 
Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucky 













n, Louisville Colleai 


te(6-4, 




Bve 




































D.rTVf6-0, 6-01 




iPatel. AdoIIo 


























Girls Singles Finals Coi 


rlney Alle 
























-01 






Girls Singles 










lRosdenlsche( Bowfino 














Courtney Allen. Louisville Colleatate 












s.,„o„ 














B„. 










Bve 


















iBuchan. Henfv Clav 


1992 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament. 

Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucky 

June 4 - S, 1992 (Botlofn Half o( Bracket) 








rnu \ 10 












IColeman, Metcalle Cou 










Buchan (6-0 6-01 








.000 






iBiaOshaw. Ftanklm Cou 














Chan 


le. (6-1. 6-1) 




ICIark, SconCounW 


















IChandlfjf, Sacied Hear! 


Amy Dunawav Russell 


























(6-2.4-6,6-1) 






iMammodS, Kno« CerHra 














T^u. ,2.30 iHowell (6-0, 6-0) 






Chandle.i6-1.6-01 














Eaoer 










B,e 








rsu,4,>j 














...... 




Thu, 1130 ISaaireld (6-0, 6-2] 










Amy Saalteld, BeecHwood 


ICook.Bowl.no Green 






Bve 




















JHale. Montgomery County 












Bve 1 


Alien (6-0. 6-01 






IChumblev Holw Cioss 
Tracis Ctiumblev. Holv Cross 

Bve 














ICates, l^uhlenlserq North 
















s., 












lAllen. Louisville Colieaiale 






Bve 














JLona, Model 






Heather Lonq, Model 1 




















ICarroll. Wash.naion Countv 
Oeanna CatfOll, Washmaion Countv 








Carroll (6-4 4-S 7-6 I 


-6)) 
Slued 












iPerkins. Scon Countv 
Melissa Perkins, Scon County 








..„„. 






iTrail. Reidland 












Bye 
































Th„,3 3o |Bryam[6-0, 6-0) 


























Bve 
























Anqie Richardson. Beechwood 

























:s ATHLETE/Special Issue - 29 



TENNIS BRACKETS 



GIRLS DOUBLES 



1992 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Girls Doubles 
Downing Tennis Center. University of Kentucky 





"1 






Caro 
Alls 




iR.sseii 
8ve 












Tasha Grandv/Jennv Loval. AdoIIo 


"1 






|Apo„o 












Tara Nancerraene Anderson. Scoii Counrv 




Rus 














|Scon County (7-5, 6-41 
1 








Girls Doubles Finals Ah; 
















Whitney Smilh/Amv Lee, Bowlinq Green 


























Andrea Smiin/Jo Ellen Peuev. Corbin 


"1 








































jSacred Hearl (6-0, 6-4) 
1 








3ve 










1992 

Down! 

Jenniler Nash/Leiah Brady. Central Hardm 














HenrvClay 16-0. 6-01 








1 










3ve 




















[Grayson Countv 


<.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament. Girls Doub 






2) 










"1 




3¥e 








:heri unie/Mille Lynn, Lone Oah 






- 










Tnu, i?3o |RusselU6-l. 6-11 
















-Jalalie Saalleld/Adnenne Hecken, Beechwood 


1 




Tara Woodward/Ken Nunlev. Oawiess Conn 


rsu >3 3o iLouisvtlle Colleaiaie [7 














) 


Carne Lee/Ranney Wiesemann, Bowlino Gre 
































JMofqan County 16-4, 7-5) 
-0) 








Annie Ison/Asfilev Robinson, SI CamiHus 




SacicdH.aM(6-, G-t 






Tn., ijso iMoraan County (6-1, 






Janie HorBuckle/ Jodie Siacy. Morgan County 


ISacred Heart 
Bein Carpenter/Jacqyie Tinsley, Sacrod Hea 

Stacy Lenn/Meoan Greoorv. Danville 


T 




















Bve 




Isallard (6-3, 6-01 






lEIizQbeihiown 
Aiysha MallkA'enihan Taisi. Elizabemioy<n 


















lApollo 
Laurie Townsend/Amy Hayden, Aoolto 

Bye 


















Alissa Richatdson/Kaiie Sleel Ballard 
Bye 




Sil 9 UO 








lOwensboro 








Lee Helwia/Jutie Kjrby. Owensboro 
Bve 




3-6) 6-4) 










[Louisville Colleaiate 
Lon Eaoefs/Uz Wells. Louiswilte Colloaiale 














[Holy Cross 
Carolyn Kessler/Healher Dearma. Holy Cros 










[Athenon 










Bve 


'- 


















































— 1 


















jScon County 






Bve 


JLone Oak (6-0, 6-01 











ird(6-4.7-6.(7-5)) 



^ ATHLETE/Special Issue - 30 



TENNIS BRACKETS 



BOYS SINGLES 



1992 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament. Boys Singles 

Downing Tennis Center, University o( Kentucky 



Ed^m Lewis. Kv Co 


unlry Day 

^Lawrs. Kv CounrrvDav 






ihi, t 10 Le 


WIS (6-1 6-11 










ICOK. CumbGHand 














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1 








don [6-4 6-41 










JLindon, MoniQonxirv Coun 


V 








""lAllas, Aihcrton 






L 








Dan McElhenev. Dix 


Haighis f 
^McElhenev Di.ie Hciahls 
















L 
















iMcRae, Ttinily 
rvClay 




Bfvan Sackman Hen 










- ..„: ' '^ 










G.een h" 






nG.ea«,ou=e |6-2, 6-3| 






1,.™ 




iFieldina. Franklin Countv 






- „,„, f,o 
































"iMooiman SI Xauier 




Bve 


L 






OFman[6-0 6-21 






,.,.. 














Chad Williams, Lawre 


Je c"oun^"'' ''"' ^"" 1 






Eric Conlev. Russell 






tn« 12 30 






Andv Avenido Eli2atM 







entucky Country Day 



Boys Singles Finals Sc 



Scot lTreibly, St. Xaviai 



tTTreibly^St. Xavier (6-4. 6-3 1 



1992 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Boys Singles 

Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucky 



















Ed Wiibers, Dixie Heiohis 1 






























Bve \ 




iRobenson, Lone Oak 
Robbv Robertson. Lone Oak 




John Howard, NoMh Hardin 






James Markert. DeSaies 1 






iNunn, ElizabelOlown 




Bve 










Bve ' 






Bve 
















Bve 












[Smilh. Christian Counlv 




Bve 


































Bve 


















Bve 1 





eiblv(7-5. 5-7. 6-41 



^ ATHLETE/Special Issue - 31 



TENNIS BRACKETS 



BOYS DOUBLES 



1992 K.H.S.A.A. State Tournament, Boys Doubles 

Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucky 



Miller Bnce/Ashley Myalt , Ky. Country Day 

iKeniucky Counlry Day 



■nlon/Jeremy 



icky Counlry Day (6 -1. 6-2) 



e Melcfier/Jason Mc Cultough, Harrison CoJnly 



Clay Shulhafer/Bro 



len Slefte n. Campbell Counry 



ig VanderpOQi/Josh Luhins, Danvii 
s Boyd/Ridlay Sand idqe, Owensb 



iGra 



3rev/Douq Hepner . DeSales 

s WoQdward/Todd SenI, Daviess Counly 






Danxjn Coates/Reqan 
Sgan Cnnendon/Nflw< 



lOaviess Counw (6-2. 7 -6. (8-6}) 



re/Casey Mu nqle. Lorw 



.Imq Green (6-1. 6- 31 



" iRussell 16-4. 7-6, (7-51 ) 



Mille r Bnce/Ashley Myatt. Kentu cky Country Day 



Boys Doubles Finals Je 



my Ballard/Ward Lawrence , Trinity (6-1.6-1) 



Jere my BallardAWard Lawrence . Trinity 



1992 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Boys Doubles 

Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucky 



Bowling Green (7-6. (7 -21. 6-2) 



ris Smilh/Chns Charle s, DeSales 
ITTilT iDeSales. (6-0. 6-31 



Allan Dodd/Ed Rosenfe ld. Louisville Collegiai 
Ryan Massie/Chad Mass ie, Henry Clay 



ir Easlin/Jason Ma Hin. Bo*rting Gre 



Hill/David Muliins. Sorners 



niel Hinton/Oavid Ju dy. \ 



Brian CraHon/Eron Tur mpsead, I 



t\ Oorsey/Jasori Cac aqne. Dtxie Heighls 



h Evans/Chad Wall ace. Scon IDounty 



Jeremy Ballard/Ward L 



ATHLETE/Special Issue - 32 



TENNIS 




GIRLS 

SINGLES 

CHAMP 

COURTNEY ALLEN 
COLLEGIATE 



BOYS 

SINGLES 

CHAMP 

SCOTT TREIBLY 
ST XAVIER 





GIRLS DOUBLES - BALLARD 

Alissa Richardson and Katie Steel 



BOYS DOUBLES -TRINITY 

Jeremy Ballard and Ward Lawrence 





%^J * i 



9 If' 




GIRLS TEAM CHAMPIONS - LONE OAK BOYS TEAM CHAMPIONS - TRINITY 



Millie Lynn, Caroline Steele, Nicki Edwards, Cherie Little, 
Julie Grogan, Rebecca Holland. 



Klaus Mittelsten, Ward Lawrence, Jeff McRae, Sean Crittenden 
Newell Fox, Mike Mather, Jeremy Ballard, Dan Zoeller 



I ATHLETE/Special Issue 



SOFTBALL 




DAVIESS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 1992 CHAMPS 



Winners Bracket 

Southern " 

Laurel Co. Daviess Co. 

Daviess Co. 



Greenwood 
Mayfield 



Weslem Hills 
Nelson County 



Greenwood 
Western Hills 



Mercy 
Boone Co. 



Russell 
Christian Co. 



Boone Co. 
Christian Co. 



Highlands 
Powell Co. 



Highlands 
Bullitt East 



Losers Bracket 



Mercy 
Russell 



Southern 
Mercy 



Powell Co. 
Western Hills 



Mayfield 
Nelson Co. 



Daviess Co. 
Greenwood 



Boone Co. 
Bullitt East 



Mercy 
Weslem Hills 



Laurel Co. 
Christian Co. 


Laurel Cp- 
Nelson Co 


Nelson Co. 
Highlands 





Daviess Co. 
Bullitt East 



Boone Co. 
Mercy 



Greenwood 
Nelson Co. - 



Mercy 
Greenwood 



Bullitt East 
Greenwood 



Daviess Co. 



Da\iess 
County 



Bullitt East 



I ATHLETE/Special Issue - 34 



BASEBALL 




LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL 1992 CHAMPS 







1992 Boys High School State Baseball Tournament 








Finals, Kentucky Wesleyan College, 


Owensboro. KY 










Bowlinq Green 


Lalavetle 


Lalavetle 








Lafavelle 






Elizabelhlown 






Elizabelhlown 












Middlesbofo 
















No. 


N 


ime 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Class 


Pes. 


1 


Rod Smith 


6-0 


160 


Soph 


OF 


2 


Jon Case 


5-8 


142 


Soph. 


IF 


4 


Clint Howard 


5-8 


144 


Soph. 


P 


6 


Craig Horreil 


5-10 


160 


Soph. 


OF 


7 


Aaron McDowell 


5-11 


160 


Jr. 


P-IF 


8 


Levin Horreil 


5-8 


145 


Jr. 


IF 


10 


Jay i^shcraft 


5-8 


140 


Jr. 


OF 


11 


Nathan Meek 


6-0 


180 


Sr. 


P 


12 


Seth Cornelius 


5-9 


162 


Sr. 


OF-C 


13 


Ryan Maxwell 


6-0 


190 


Soph. 


IF 


14 


Ryan Mardis 


6-1 


150 


Jr. 


OF 


15 


Todd Campbell 


6-1 


180 


Sr. 


P 


16 


Eddie Goff 


5-10 


155 


Jr. 


IF-OF 


17 


Trevor Adams 


6-0 


155 


Jr. 


IF 


18 


.\Jlen Mulcahy 


5-11 


150 


Soph. 


C 


21 


Curtis Whitney 


5-10 


195 


Jr. 


P-IF 


22 


Janak Talwalker 


6-2 


170 


Jr. 


P 


23 


Matt Braughler 


6-0 


200 


Sr. 


C-IF 


24 


Rob Hauswald 


5-10 


182 


Soph. 


IF-P 


25 


Brian Sayre 


5-11 


162 


Soph. 


OF 


44 


Brian Cromwell 


6-2 


186 


Jr. 


IF 


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i ATHLETE/Special Issue - 35 



Quality 
Video 



The new leadership of your Kentucky High School Athletic Association wants there to be one 
word associated with every service we provide. . . QUALITY. That's why we've hired a profes- 
sional video production company to handle the videotaping of our state championship events. 

We tape these events due to the limited space available for schools and fans to tape contests and 

to eliminate the problems caused when many fans wish to tape the same contest, 

particularly in a crowded facility. 

Our new video program will make it possible for you to obtain a Professional "Broadcast 
Quality" video tape at a reasohable price. 

The special student or team that is responsible for your interest in high school athletics takes pride 

in the opportunity to compete in a state championship. We want to provide you with 

Quality memories that you can enjoy for years to come. 

If you are interested in ordering a tape, look for the special envelope enclosed in this program or 
simply fill out the coupn below, enclose payment of $29.95 per tape and mail to: 

KHSAA. Video 

2280 Executive Drive 

Lexington Kentucky, 40505 

(606) 299-5472 



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Address: 



City/State/Zip: _ 
Daytime Phone: 



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The cost per tape is S29.95. Cost includes production, handling and shipping. Payment is due with 
order. Quantities of 10 or more may inquire about special rates. Please allow four to six weeks for 
delivery. Attach additional games on seperate sheet of paper. 



I ATHLETE/Special Issue - 36 

OFFIQAL NOMINATION FORM 

Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Hall of Fame 

The Dawahares-Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or administered high school athletics at 
any Kentucky high school, past or present, and to anyone who has been of service to Kentucky high school athletics, (please type all information) 



Name of person nominated:. 



Address of person being nominated; 
(or surviving relative if deceased) 



City, State, Zip: 



Telephone of person being nominated: 



Briefly list accomplishments of nominee: 



List names of school(s) where nominee was involved: 



Name of Individual submitting nomination: . 



Phone: 

Comments: 



Signed: 



All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Board of Control. 



KHSAA HALL OF FAME 

EUglbUity 

Eligibility for the KHSAA Hall of Fame is 
based on high school accomplishments and 
contributions only. Any player who has been 
out of high school eight years or any coach, 
administrator or official with 20-plus years of 
service is eligible. 

Nomiaadoai 

Anyone can nominate a person for the Hall of 
Fame. Nomination deadline this year is March 
15. Starting in 1992, the nomination deadline 
will annually be February 1. An official 
KHSAA Hall of Fame nomination form must 
be completed for each nominee. Additional 
information can also be submitted with the 
nomination form. 

SelecdoB 

Fifteen people will be inducted into the Hall of 

Fame each year. 

A selection committee will meet the third 

Friday of April in Lexington to pick the 

inductees. 

Provided there are enough nominations to 
meet the criteria, a minimum of two women, 
two minority and one each from Regions 1-4, 
5-8, 9-12 and 13-16 will be among the 15 
inductees. 



INSTRUCTIONS 

All information on this form must be 
completed and received by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association before March 15. 
The completed nomination form and support 
materials should be sent to 2280 Executive 
Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. Once the 
nomination form is received by the KHSAA, 
all actions necessary to the selection process 
shall renuin confidential. All infocmation 
submitted shall be retained by the Hall of 
Fame. 

Please include a limited number of newspaper 
clippings, magazine articles and other 
supportive materials that would be helpful to 
the Hall of Fame Screening Committee. 




GENERAL CRITERIA 

Nominees must exemplify the highest 
standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct 
and moral character. 

Athletes would be former student participants 
who are being nominated for their 
achievements in interscholastic athletics. 
Coaches would be considered on the merits of 
their high school coaching achievements only 
and officials on the basis of their service as a 
high school official. 

ALL CANDIDATES WILL BE 

JUDGED ON THEIR SIGNIFICANT 

AND/OR LONG-TERM 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO 

INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS. 

AccomplishmenLs ai the college or 
professional level will nol be considered 
bv the selection committee. 




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